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Tzipporah Gerson-Miller

About Tzipporah Gerson-Miller LCSW C-IAYT RYT 500

SPECIALTY: Complex trauma, childhood neglect, women’s issues, maternal mental health, teen girls, spirituality, mindfulness based stress reduction, somatic education, integrative yoga therapy

DESIGNATIONS: Survivors of abuse, kids, teens, young adults, women of all ages

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Tzipporah's Bio

Tzipporah is a licensed clinical social worker, a certified yoga therapist, and 500 hour therapeutic yoga teacher with over tenyears of working in the field of mental health. Tzipporah specializes inworking with abuse and trauma survivors in the Shalom Bayit Program. As an advocate for maternal mental health, survivors of abuse, and teen girls, she is passionate about helping women in all stages of life maintain a sense of wholeness and peace through the teachings of yoga, meditation, and feminine spirituality.

Since completing her Master of Social Work from UGA in 2011, she has gained extensive experience working in community mental health clinic settings, as well as domestic violence shelters and hospitals. In addition to her work as a clinical psychotherapist, Tzipporah completed her clinical yoga therapy training and 500 level yoga teacher training with The Center for Integrative Yoga Studies at the end of 2016. Recently, she founded The Southern Yoga Therapy Association, a 501(c)3 for yoga therapists and other allied integrative wellness practitioners to provide community education and interdisciplinary collaboration.

Tzipporah believes that practices such as yoga, meditation, mindfulness, and somatic awareness can help individuals discover their inner wholeness while addressing the root cause of suffering. She finds fulfillment in helping kids, adolescents, teens, and young adults struggling with anxiety, depression, self-harming behavior, and past trauma cultivate new ways to manage difficultemotions and enabling them to have healthy relationships with themselves and others.

Her passion has led her to produce a podcast entitled, “Ancient Tools for Modern Living” which promotes and supports mental health in all stages from awareness to recovery through practical yoga, holistic lifestyle, and spiritual growth. Her tools and podcasts are available on iTunes for everyone to access.

Information for Tzipporah
Contact:
770-677-9456 |
Insurance:
All of my services are covered under the VOCA grant
JF&CS Dunwoody office hours:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9:00AM - 5:00PM; Tuesday 10:00AM - 7:00PM
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