From Illinois Business Journal news services
CENTREVILLE – Southern Illinois Healthcare Foundation has announced that Tyler Roy, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, has joined the behavioral health department at Mother & Child Center, 6000 Bond Ave. in Centreville.
Roy (left) provides a variety of therapy services for patients of all ages, with a special focus on adolescent behavioral issues, women’s issues, trauma, and grief and loss. She is also a Licensed Sexual Offender Treatment Provider and can assist patients with sexually problematic behaviors.
“Compassion and confidentiality are the cornerstones of my practice,” Royh said. “When clients feel they’re in a safe, nonjudgmental environment, we can work together to attain whatever personal goals they have set for themselves. Plus, by focusing therapy on strength-based approaches, we can build on the positives in their lives.”
Roy received her bachelor of arts in psychology and criminal justice from Saint Louis University and her master of education in counseling from University of Missouri – St. Louis. Prior to joining Mother & Child Center, Roy served as a clinical specialist and supervisor with Alliance Human Services and as a probation and parole officer with the Missouri Board of Probation and Parole.
Roy is currently accepting new patients at Mother & Child Center, and appointments can be scheduled by calling (618) 332-2740.
About Southern Illinois Healthcare Foundation
SIHF, now celebrating its 30th anniversary, operates a network of 29 health centers across nine counties with more than 150 medical providers who deliver comprehensive family and adult services including: Pediatrics, Obstetrics, Primary Care, Dental Services, Behavioral Health, and extensive community outreach programs.