Dr. Tiffany Griffiths is a licensed clinical psychologist who has private practices in Clarks Summit, Dunmore, Exeter, Peckville, and Kingston, PA. She is from the Scranton area in Northeastern Pennsylvania where she received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Scranton. She went on to pursue her doctorate in clinical psychology at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology in Chicago (now known as Argosy University, Chicago Campus). She chose to specialize her education and training in the area of diversity. Dr. Griffiths’ internship experience was gained at Chicago’s Loyola University where she worked at the University’s Counseling Center providing outreach, evaluations, therapy, and supervision to students, faculty, and staff. Her internship class at Loyola was the first to become accredited by the American Psychological Association. Dr. Griffiths moved back to the Scranton area after completing her internship. She is dedicated to providing comprehensive quality care to the people of this area. She brings with her the exceptional and diverse experiences gained while living and working in Chicago.
As a humanistic psychotherapist, Dr. Griffiths believes in the innate potential for human growth. It is her goal to provide an unconditional environment, which is most conducive to achieving peace and happiness with one’s self. Her approach is integrated, holistic and eclectic, emphasizing the wholeness of our individual experiences and drawing from multiple evidence-based approaches to best fit one’s needs. This approach allows the individual to reunite with shut off aspects of the self in order to lead a more authentic and mindful life. Interpersonal, cognitive, behavioral, physical, spiritual, and familial factors are explored. She currently conducts intake evaluations, psychological assessments, mindfulness groups, and supervision/consultation.
Specialties & Interests
- Anxiety and Mood Disorders
- Diversity (i.e., women’s issues, GLBTQ issues, sensitivity training)
- Medical Issues (i.e., Lyme Disease, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, chronic pain)
- Humanistic Therapy
- Training and Education
- Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
- Psychological Testing and Evaluations
- Infant Loss
- Integrating with Primary Care