Tina Griffith, MAC, LPC, NCC
Anxiety and depression disorders, suicidal ideation and stabilization, mood and personality disorders, grief/loss, life transitions and adjustment issues, teen/adolescent concerns, college and career support and direction, stress management, skills training (communication, boundaries, time management, mindfulness and awareness) and low self-esteem issues.
Ages 12 and older.
Nationally Certified Counselor through the NBCC
Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology from University of Wisconsin–Green Bay
Master’s degree in Counseling from Lakeland University
Substance use disorder counselor certificate from University of Wisconsin–Madison
Licensed Professional Counselor in state of Wisconsin
Member of the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC)
I’ve enjoyed the roles I’ve filled throughout my counseling career in Wisconsin. With training and background beginning in care management at an inpatient behavioral health unit in Neenah, to facilitating groups for an adult mental health day-treatment program in the Fox Cities, and individual outpatient services in Oshkosh and Neenah, I feel I’m ready to meet you where you are at today on your mental health journey. As a therapist at OBH, my goal is to help you navigate and find your healing path to better mental health and awareness. This path looks different for each person, so I will always encourage we work together on this.
In my free time, you’ll find me with my family and one furry friend. We love spending time at local flea and farmers markets, exploring forgotten landmarks, and being outdoors. I especially love being in or near the water: boating, swimming, fishing, paddle boarding, exploring rivers, and viewing Wisconsin waterfalls in spring and fall.