Dr. Tanya Crabb is licensed clinical psychologist, first generation college student, Jamaican immigrant, comic book enthusiast, and prior service active duty Marine and Persian Gulf War veteran. She earned her B.A. in Psychology from the City College of New York. She received her masters and doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology from the Hawaii School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Crabb’s clinical areas of interests include working with trauma survivors, military veterans, women, marginalized populations, and issues related to race and diversity. She subscribes to a humanistic approach to therapy, but also utilizes elements of cognitive behavioral therapy, emotion focused therapy, narrative therapy, and other treatment modalities. Dr. Crabb has a passion for working in diverse communities and has provided counseling services to various populations including incarcerated youth, oncology patients, domestic violence/abuse survivors, active duty military, and veterans. Additionally, she has created and facilitated the Superhero Stress Management and Superhero Relationship Management groups which combine psychological principles with comic book characters to teach stress management, coping skills, and strategies for cultivating healthy relationships.