Dr. Tanisha M. Ranger, PsyD, CSAT 

Nevada Licensed Psychologist #PY0803

Pennsylvania Licensed Psychologist #PS017191

Augusta Park Complex | 1481 W Warm Springs Rd | Suite 132 | Henderson, NV 89014 

P: 484.483.3093 | F: 702.568.7554 | E: dr.ranger@insighttoaction.net






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    When we choose to enter into a relationship, a partnership, we are choosing to take on another human being's concerns and make them our own.  We support each other, encourage each other, defend each other, and soothe each other.  It's part of the deal!  In a good relat...

    For my first blog of Mental Health Awareness Month, I'm gonna talk to you about things to consider when you're looking for a therapist and starting therapy.  I recently contributed to this HuffPost article by Nicole Pajer, about precisely this topic, but thought it imp...

    April 4, 2018

    So, let me start with what I mean by ‘connected,’ so we’re on the same page.  To be connected to your partner is to feel in tune with him/her.  To feel close, to feel known, to feel seen, and to feel cared for by him/her.  Connection is what makes you partners, rather...

    April 3, 2018

    If you're going to go to therapy, you have to be prepared to have this person get all up in your business.  It's uncomfortable for most, but generally people understand why it's necessary.  How can this person help me if I don't actually tell them who I am and what I'm...

    February 13, 2018

    Understanding that arguments about money in the couple relationship is rarely just about money. These kinds of conversations require us to be kind and understanding to each other.

    February 6, 2018

    Telling people to think positively has become an epidemic and, from what I can see, it is hurting people.  I understand the good intentions behind it, because we hate to see the people we love and care for in pain.  The problem with the positive thinking trend is that...

    January 30, 2018

    My mother says that I started saying "No!" when I was 2 years old, and I haven't stopped since.  Obviously, I don't remember, but that does sound about right!  In most areas of my life, I don't have too much difficulty saying no.  And what I have found, is that saying...

    January 19, 2018

    Discussion about what types of things you should and should not expect when making the choice to get into therapy.

    January 14, 2018

    Recognizing and Countering negative self-talk is one of the best things you can do to improve your mood and your experience of life.

    January 2, 2018

    My first blog post of the year (and the first in several years!) will be dedicated to change.

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