Drs.Tamara and Michael Grosz
Dr. Tamara Grosz received her Masters in Psychology from Long Island University and her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology with a specialization in Marriage and Family Counseling from Seton Hall University. She has undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Nursing and completed her doctoral internship in Clinical Psychology at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. She has over thirty years of health care experience and spent much of her early career designing and implementing state of the art inpatient and outpatient psychiatric programs around the United States.
Dr. Tamara Grosz is a Licensed Psychologist, Certified Life Coach and Nationally Board Certified Psychiatric Clinical Nurse Specialist. She is also a Board Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist. Some of her clinical interests include: PTSD and other Anxiety Disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and techniques for maximizing overall potential. Active in numerous professional organizations, Dr. Tamara is a Past President of the Georgia College Counseling Association and has presented well over 1,000 workshops throughout the country for professionals and members of the general population. Her past faculty appointments include teaching in the graduate counseling programs at the Georgia School of Professional Psychology and Argosy University. She presently is a member of the Behavioral Health Advisory Board for the Professional Counseling Program at South University.
Currently, Dr.Tamara is Director of Counseling and Disability Services at the Savannah College of Art and Design. As part of the Mama Time Team, she also presents workshops for mothers of children with special needs around the United States. In her free time she loves to travel, cook and enjoy family time!
Dr. Michael Grosz is currently a United States Army Reserve Officer and a consulting Doctor of Chiropractic. Dr. Mike received his undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point. While on Active Duty during the Gulf War, Dr. Grosz received both the Combat Infantryman’s badge and the Purple Heart. Following the Gulf War, Dr. Grosz utilized the healing powers of Chiropractic and natural medical interventions to personally recover from Gulf War illness. He later went on to receive his Doctor of Chiropractic from Life University. He is an Advanced Proficiency Activator Specialist and is DAN (Defeat Autism Now) trained. In addition, he has received intensive training in natural modalities utilizing the Brimhall method and Hope for Autism Bionutritional Intervention Program. Some of his clinical interests include the use of hyperbaric therapy, the treatment of autoimmune disorders, muscular skeletal conditions, and nutrition and autism spectrum disorders. Dr. Grosz is a leader within the Georgia Chiropractic Association and has been part of a team to promote the benefits of Chiropractic for our Military and Veterans to our leaders in the House of Representatives and Senate. An engaging workshop presenter, Dr. Grosz is a sought out speaker and workshop presenter. With Mama Time, Dr. Mike holds Special Needs Bootcamps for Fathers of Children with Special Needs and also teaches Special Needs Martial Arts classes in the Savannah area. Dr. Mike is a 4th degree Blackbelt in Judo and Ju Jitsu and a Shodan in GoJu Ryu.
Drs. Michael and Tamara Grosz have been married for over 20 years and are the proud parents of two children, Geoffrey and Leilani (ages 4 and 10), one standard poodle (Buddy) and three cats (Canoli, Midnight and Peanuts).
Where to find Drs.Tamara and Michael Grosz online
The Mama Time Workbook for New Mothers
by Drs.Tamara and Michael Grosz
With contributions from six experienced psychologist moms and one doctor dad, The Mama Time Workbook for New Mothers provides a rich combination of professional expertise combined with practical parenting strategies for the first year. This book will quickly become a valuable resource for every new mother!
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