Tyler Tripp, LCSW

Tyler Tripp
Accepting Patients

Tyler Tripp, LCSW

Session Types

In-Person Sessions
Teletherapy/Virtual Sessions

Are you struggling with a life transition? Trying to process past experiences but not sure where to start? Running into the same conflict with a loved one? It’s understandable and normal to need help working through these challenges. My goal is to offer support and compassion as you navigate life in hopes of creating a better and deeper understanding of yourself. I believe that through this understanding comes healing, growth, and an ability to identify and express your emotions. I want to help you find confidence, peace, and self-compassion.

My specialties include women’s issues, trauma, family conflict, and life transitions. I initially focus on establishing trust and rapport. I use a trauma informed and strength’s-based approach to help you process your experiences and express your emotions. I primarily draw from Family Systems Therapy, Attachment Theory, and Internal Family Systems (IFS).

I approach my work with curiosity, humility, and humor (sometimes we just need to laugh a little). My goal is to create a welcoming and nonjudgmental space where you feel safe and empowered to express your thoughts and feelings. I view therapy as a collaborative approach, where we can work together to identify goals and areas of healing and growth.


  • Bachelor of Arts – American University
  • Masters of Social Work – University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work.


  • Adolescents
  • Adults
  • Anxiety
  • Childhood Trauma
  • Depression
  • Family Conflicts
  • Family Systems
  • Formerly Incarcerated Adults
  • Healthy Coping Strategies
  • Interpersonal Relationships
  • Life Transitions
  • Relationship Issues
  • Stress Management
  • Trauma/PTSD
  • Women’s Issues
  • Young Adults

Insurance Accepted

  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Self-Pay
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