Tamara Taggart, BSΨ, CHt., CHWC
Tamara holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology, a certification in clinical Hypnotherapy, and a Master certification in Health and Wellness Coaching.
Hypnotherapy & Wellness Coaching
As Hypnotherapist Tamara’s focus is to support adults in the area of vocational and avocational self improvement; scientifically employing conscious and subconscious faculties for positive change. As Health and Wellness Coach, her unique approach focuses on discovering and maximizing each client’s innate strengths; employing the trans theoretical model for lasting change. Tamara’s philosophy is best explained as the perfect marriage between the client centered, evidence based approach with the wisdom tradition that every life challenge offers spiritual road maps for self discovery. In a nutshell, Tamara believes; her primary role in the lives of her client’s is to empower, partner and to be a compassionate advocate for happier, healthier and more satisfying lives.
Areas of Expertise:
- Chronic Disease
- Habit Formation
- Imposter Syndrome
- Law of Attraction
- Life Purpose
- Pain Management
- Pregnancy/Child Birth
- Pre/Post Surgery
- Stress Reduction
- Weight Management
Hypnotherapy for Children
As a retired public school educator, and Certified TFL (English as a second language) teacher, and owner/operator of a licensed child care center, Tamara has enjoyed many years working with children. According to Tamara, “…Children are the best hypnotic subjects, because they’re still naturally plugged into the subconscious realm.”
Areas of Expertise:
- Bed Wetting
- Separation Anxiety
- Picky Eating
- Positive Self-Esteem
- Healthy Confidence
Tamara in the Community
Tamara is a member of the American Association of Hypnotists and the Hypnotherapists Union Local 472. As a member of The Association of Black Psychologists and Jegna (mentorship), Tamara is dedicated to support the healing of the unique mental and spiritual wounds of human trafficking/slavery, colonization and subjugation disproportionately experienced by Indigenous populations across the globe.
As a member of the Seattle – Mombasa (Kenya) Sister City Association (SMSCA), Tamara is actively involved in its many initiatives:
- Support educational and cultural exchanges between the two cities.
- Encourage and promote international understanding and goodwill.
- Encourage an appreciation of pluralism.
- Promote trade and tourism beneficial to both economies.
Tamara appeared as a principle dancer on the popular TV program Soul Train hosted by Don Cornelius between 1979 and 1985. She still loves dancing, is an avid gardener, and foodie with a special interest in food anthropology, indigenous, and plant-strong cuisine.
Learn more by visiting:
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Tamara is the mother of two adult children, and lives in Seattle WA.