Dr. Tyler Calabrese
University of Pittsburgh (BS, Psychology)
Towson University (MA, Clinical Psychology)
American School of Professional Psychology (Doctorate of Psychology in Clinical Psychology)
- Trauma and PTSD
- Youth Behavior
- Chronic Health Issues
- LBGTQ Concerns
- Anger Management
- Coping Skills
- Parenting skills
- Life Transitions
- Men’s Issues
Originally from the Pittsburgh area, Tyler has spent the last 15 years learning, training and working in the Baltimore/DC metro region. Dr. Calabrese has worked in several mental health programs, including suicide/crisis intervention at Anne Arundel Crisis Response System, overseeing the evidence-based Multisystemic Therapy (MST) program at Community Counseling & Mentoring Services, and providing disability evaluations for the VA and State of Maryland. Dr. Calabrese is presently a supervisor for doctoral externs from the D.C. campus of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, supervising students from various local universities (George Washington University, Catholic University, etc.) throughout the years. He has been a board member for the Anne Arundel County affiliate of National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI-AAC), organizing numerous outreach events with local artists.
Why Tyler Became a Therapist
I truly love connecting and working with others. Most people, including my recent Lyft drivers, would say that about me. Whether conducting a therapy session or testing, my clients sense that I’m genuinely invested in helping them and that allows me to better know and aid them.
How Tyler Lives Authentically
I’m an avid consumer of history (of both my family and the world) and my research has led me grasp how the past influences the present. In therapy, I use history and our past behaviors as a vehicle for changing the future. By understanding how our thoughts and behaviors have cemented with time is the only way to alter them.