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Dr. Tamora Callands

Post-Doctoral Fellow

As a clinician, I believe that all people feel driven towards growth, fulfillment, and development. Moreover, if people were able to develop insight into the complex nature of their behavioral drives and habits, they may be interested in changing them to improve their lives.  As such, my job as a therapist is to help people understand their behavior to create and implement changes to become more whole. I work particularly well with clients to embrace and explore their sexual identity (as a couple or solo). My extensive work and research during the perinatal period informs my therapy with clients who are trying to conceive, pregnant, or new parents. I am also a tenured associate professor, researcher and the University of Georgia and  believe strongly in the science behind effective therapy that goes well with the relational  art of this work. I look forward to connecting to help discover ways to help you thrive and feel free in wellness.

Under the supervision of Dr. Janelle S. Peifer, LCP

Background + Training
  • University of Georgia - Currently and Associate Professor of Public Health 

  • Yale School of Medicine - Post-Doctoral Fellow, Clinical Community Psychology

  • Yale School of Medicine - Predoctoral Fellow, Clinical Community Psychology​

  • Purdue University - Doctor of Philosophy, Clinical Psychology

  • Purdue University - Masters of Science, Clinical Psychology

  • University of Connecticut - Bachelor of Arts and Sciences, Psychology and Sociology

Nuts + Bolts
  • Ages: 18+​​

  • Finances:

    • ​Out of Network

    • Some Sliding Scales​

  • Client Type: Individuals - Couples ​

  • Scheduling Notes: Weekdays, Evenings, Teletherapy

Areas of Expertise
  • 01. Marriage + Relationships.

  • 02. Sex Therapy

  • 03. Perinatal Mental Health

  • 04. Trauma across the Lifespan.

  • 05: Depression, Anxiety, Mood Disorders.

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