B.S. in Psychology — Fordham University
Tatyana Rameau, MSMFT, is a therapist at The Family Institute at Northwestern University as a member of the Child, Adolescent and Family Services team. Prior to joining TFI, Ms. Rameau was an adoption preservation therapist at Metropolitan Family Services. There she provided therapy to children and families formed through adoption or subsidized guardianship who struggled with a range of issues including but not limited to attachment, complex trauma, grief, anger, depression, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and emotion dysregulation; she also facilitated a weekly psychoeducational parent group and a children’s group focused on emotion regulation. Ms. Rameau is trained in Trust-Based Relational Intervention® as well as Theraplay® (Level 1), utilizing these interventions in her therapeutic practices while applying a systemic lens for understanding familial interactions. In addition to adoption related issues, Ms. Rameau also specializes in working with individuals, couples and families dealing with trauma-related issues, parenting difficulties, fertility issues and co-parenting. Ms. Rameau has a passion for working with families and couples in the military; interracial/intercultural couples; immigrant individuals, couples and families struggling with cultural adjustment; and those struggling with launching issues and premarital issues. Ms. Rameau also has a particular interest in women's issues. Ms. Rameau is dedicated to helping her clients and building a genuine connection that promotes growth, healing and acceptance.