About me

I am a Bangladeshi-American psychotherapist trained at Smith College, and my primary goal in therapy is to help you live a life that deeply aligns with your truest self.  Having lived in both Bangladesh and the US, I know firsthand the struggle of feeling as if we are “too much” or “too little” of the identity we are often expected to embody. As a queer woman of color who grew up in predominantly homogeneous spaces, I strongly believe in the importance of not just allowing, but also encouraging and celebrating the full expression of our nuanced and glorious selves.

I primarily work with individuals and couples to help resolve issues in your romantic connections,  work through evolving dynamics with your family, and cultivate a sense of belonging that withstands the pressure of a productivity-oriented culture. In addition to supporting individuals, I specialize in working with queer folks, adult men, and long-term couples.

Through using a psychodynamic and emotionally-focused (EFT) approach, we will work towards identifying the values, dreams, and goals that deserve to be the priority again. I aim to always provide treatment through an intersectional, feminist, and multicultural lens that centers your humanity. Schedule a consultation with me to see if I’m the right fit for your needs. I am looking forward to supporting you in paving a life’s path that is genuinely grounded, connected, and joyful.

Schedule a 10-minute consultation with me here: https://GayaTherapyClinicianConsultation.as.me/Tamanna

I am also offering lowered-rate Grief & Processing Sessions for those struggling to cope with current world conflict, including the ongoing war. Get support here: www.GayaTherapyClinicianConsultation.as.me/support

You can check here to get a sense of what your “actual cost” of therapy would be with me here: app.mentaya.com/p/X9KCh4Bn2wpKbCbx9JH9 (Remember to choose my name from the “Therapist” dropdown menu)

Qualifications & Practice Details

License Number: 121096-01

License State/Territory: New York

Additional Credentials:

MSW, Smith College School for Social Work

B.A. Psychology, Mount Holyoke College

EFT (Emotion Focused Therapy) trained Couples Therapist

Gottman (Level 2) trained Couples Therapist

Insurance Plans: Out of Network Provider ($210 per session) who works with insurances such as Aetna, BCBS, Cigna, United Healthcare, etc

Prescribe Medication: No

Practical Details

Languages
Bengali
English
Types of Clients
Young People
Adults
Older Adults
Couples
Families
Session Types
In Person
Online
Specialities

Queer folx

Long-term couples

Interracial couples

Adult men