Tina Rice

MA Psychology, Doctoral Candidate


Tina holds a BS in Psychology from University of North Carolina where she worked as a research assistant resulting in publication of her work in the Journal of Genetic Psychology.  She completed her Masters in Clinical Psychology at Argosy University and is currently enrolled in the Doctorate in Applied Clinical Psychology program at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.

Her experience includes several years at Minnesota Children’s Hospitals and Clinics where she worked with children and families preparing for surgery; she has also worked as a Personal Counselor at a private Catholic high school. Tina has worked for the past three years in addiction and eating disorders.  Her current work is as a group therapy counselor and art therapist at a residential treatment center with a primary focus on addiction recovery.

Tina’s areas of professional interest include trauma, eating disorders, addictions, the role of spirituality in recovery, neuropsychology, and art therapy.