About Me

As a couples, individual, and family therapist, my mission in life is to help alleviate suffering and disconnection as well as create more safety, joy, and love in this world. To me, there is something magical about sharing in others’ worlds, connecting to a sense of humanity that we all share. I feel so grateful to be able to do this every day.

Before becoming a therapist, it was my lifelong dream, rooted in an aspiration to help others and an avid interest in psychology and relationships. I see this life as my true calling. In addition to being a therapist, I enjoy teaching courses, guest lecturing, and conducting research at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO. I also love to stay involved in the community, and I am the founder of the Fort Collins EFT Community. Another interest of mine is writing; I am a writer for Psychology Today. I have been featured in various media outlets as a writer and/or expert. If you’d like more information on my science-backed and compassionate approach to couples, individual, and family therapy, you can learn more here.

In my free time, I love spending time with those close to me, being outside, being active, learning new things, and sometimes being very lazy. I do a lot of camping, biking, jogging, hiking, white water rafting, and shaking it out to live music. There are often headphones in my ears because I adore audiobooks! I listen to all things psychology (especially mindfulness and relationships). Another hobby of mine is hula hooping, and I was even lucky enough to be featured on a TV show and America’s Got Talent. And then, with other free time, who doesn’t enjoy watching a little Netflix?!


  • PhD Candidate, Applied Developmental Science, Colorado State University (GPA 3.977)
  • Masters of Science, Human Development and Family Studies with a Concentration in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT), Colorado State University (GPA 3.972)
  • Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude, Psychology and Human Biology (Double Major), Ohio University (GPA 3.905)
    • Named The Human Biology Outstanding Graduating Senior, Ranked #1 in Major

Advanced Professional Training

  • Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT):
    • EFT Training Mentor
    • Completed EFT Core Skills Training
    • Completed intensive EFT Externship
    • Completed the Introduction to EFT Workshop
  • Gottman Method Couples Therapy:
    • Completed level 2
    • Completed level 1
  • Internal Family Systems (IFS): a Step-by-Step Guide to Clinical Applications of the IFS Model
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) Immersion Training
  • Informed Supervision of Juveniles Who Have Been or are At-Risk to be Abusive Training

Group Leader Certifications

  • Certified ‘Within My Reach’ (WMR) Relationship Education Facilitator
  • Certified ‘Happy Couples Happy Kids’ (HCHK) Couples Program Facilitator
  • Certified ‘Learning to BREATHE’ (L2B) Mindfulness Facilitator
  • Certified Research Focus Group Leader

University Courses Taught

  • Instructor, Individual and Family Development (HDFS 101), Colorado State University
  • Family Therapist Instructor, Campus Connections Course (HDFS 470), Colorado State University
  • Instructor, Relationship Education in Lifespan Intervention and Prevention Science (HDFS 375), Colorado State University
  • Guest Lecturer, Healthy Relationships (KEY 198), Colorado State University
  • Instructor, General Genetics Learning Community (BIOS 3100), Ohio University

Select Honors and Awards

  • Lifetime member, Phi Beta Kappa Academic Honor Society
  • National Research Service Award Fellowship
  • Prudence M. Kaley Scholarship
  • Columbine Health Systems Scholarship
  • Human Development and Family Studies Graduate Fellowship
  • Above and Beyond Award, Ohio University, Center for Intervention Research in Schools
  • Raymond C. Cook Scholarship
  • Rush Elliott Biological Sciences Scholarship
  • Dr. Ruth Mathewson Biological Sciences Scholarship
  • College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Scholarship
  • University of Cincinnati Cincinnatus Century Scholarship
  • University of Cincinnati International Academic Travel Scholarship

Contact Me

  • TashaTherapy@outlook.com
  • (970)335-9190

Contact Tasha:

Tasha Seiter Therapy, LLC: Individual, Family, and Couples Therapy//Marriage Counseling. Business address: 410 W. Pitkin Street, Fort Collins, CO 80523