Tania Glenn and Associates, PA
“Pain is inevitable, suffering is optional.”
Our vision is to provide the best and most effective care for our clients through proven counseling and consultation techniques for patients experiencing mental health issues such as anxiety and mood disorders, family/relationship issues, stress, trauma, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
As a clinical practice based in Austin, TX, Tania Glenn and Associates, PA provides counseling, consultation, and training in the mental health arena. Tania Glenn and Associates, PA, along with the Trauma Defense Team, is dedicated to serving the mental health needs of veterans, first responders and their families, both locally and nationally through the use of effective, appropriate, and proven interventions.
Tania Glenn and Associates, PA treat all clients with dignity and respect; we work as diligently as possible to assist our clients in achieving their desired outcomes. We help our clients set and achieve personal and professional long and short term goals based on where they are in life and where they want to be. Ultimately, our goal is to find and build on individual strengths while providing a safe, casual and nurturing environment for our clients to feel comfortable and motivated to do therapeutic work.
Won’t go down,
never going to quit,
don’t turn back
’cause I’ve got your six
– Five Finger Death Punch. “Got Your Six”
Organization – Tania Glenn and Associates
- Tania Glenn and Associates, PA (TGA) Counseling Services
- The TGA Team focuses on public safety, military, and aviation, as well as their family member. This is a specialized group of professionals with distinct personalities requiring a specialized level of client care.
- Trauma Defense Team (TDT)
Tyra the Therapy Dog
Tania Glenn & Associates is delighted to have a very special Associate, Tyra Glenn. Tyra is a Labrador mix who was a rescue from the Williamson County Shelter. Once she adjusted to her new life, Tyra went on to complete her training to become a therapy dog. The name Tyra means “warrior” and this exemplifies her spirit and love for helping people.
About Tania Glenn, PsyD, LCSW
Tania Glenn responded to the terrorists’ attacks at the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City in 1995 and to Ground Zero in New York City in 2001, and to the Dallas Police shootings in 2016 as a first responder and licensed clinician from Austin, TX. In responding to man-made and natural disasters, Tania also reported to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Having worked with thousands of homeland defense and security professionals in supporting multiple military campaigns and/or critical incidents, Tania specializes in the identification and treatment of severe stress and trauma. And because Tania focuses on the aviation, military, and public safety communities, she has worked with hundreds of individuals in combating their PTSD. Tania has been in practice for twenty years interacting with professionals from the federal, state, and local arenas.
Tania graduated from the Force Science Institute, Ltd. (FS) in December 2013. Additionally, Tania sits on the Advisory Committee for the Uniformed Services Program, Brattleboro Retreat, VT and its mental health and addiction treatment center. She also sits on the Internal Review Board for CereScan, a company based in Denver, CO and internationally known for its brain imaging process and patient centered focus for brain based disorders.
Tania’s colleagues refer to her as a “warrior healer” because she is passionate about her work and dedicates her practice to helping those who serve and protect. Tania is the primary trauma coordinator for Austin/Travis County Emergency Medical Services, Lake Travis, Leander and Georgetown Fire Rescue Departments, Round Rock, Killeen, Cedar Park and Hutto Police Departments, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Office of Air and Marine, The United States Border Patrol Special Operations Group, PHI Air Medical, Air Evac LifeTeam, STARFlight and Southwest Airlines. Tania has also worked extensively with the US Marine Corps and two defense contractors. (View Rex J. Pratt film trailer “Between Iraq and A Hard Place”)
Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building – April 1995
World Trade Center Twin Towers – September 2001
Hurricane Katrina Aftermath – September 2005
Dallas Police Shootings – July 2016
There is little success where there is little laughter. – Andrew Carnegie