Tina Soma

Ph.D. candidate
Psychology Intern
Doctoral Candidate at the University of Utah. Bachelor of Arts degree from Gettysburg College, Gettysburg PA.

Tina specializes in treating anxiety, depression, mood disorders, trauma, substance abuse, self-esteem, identity and diversity issues, interpersonal relationships, and other issues.

Populations Served: 
Adults, veterans
Philosophical Orientation: 

Tina believes that therapy is a collaborative partnership between the therapist and client. Her primary method of treatment is through Person-Centered Therapy, relying on the inner strength, resilience, and personal insight of the client to drive the therapeutic process. Together the client and therapist create a therapeutic relationship by which the client may explore emotions and experiences. She also integrates other approaches, including mindfulness meditation, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Interpersonal Process Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. 


Tina is originally from Colorado. She enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking and camping, and is an avid ultimate frisbee player.