Balance in life equals success
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Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) December 24, 2014
Tina Sadri, M.A, M.F.T and Founder of Newport Mental Wellness opened her offices this year in Newport Beach, California. Her ambition is to care for the community that helped her to become who she is today. Tina was just featured as one of Orange County’s Dynamic Women of 2014 in Modern Luxury Riviera Magazine. This dynamic lady is not just another pretty face, she is a wife, mother and Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Orange County. She is also the driving force behind an affordable Wellness Program that caters to those that don’t qualify for welfare. Tina says, “The middle class in Orange County suffers when they have a hardship. Most don’t quality for financial aid and only see a therapist when court ordered or when it’s a tragedy.” Tina offers programs that benefit women and children. Mind, Body and Balance is a program for women. This program includes therapy that helps women for the inside out by living a balanced lifestyle. Her other program is Teen Talk, which addresses issues with kids in local schools. Tina offers local Orange County High Schools low cost private counseling for kids that need more one-on-one help.
Tina grew up in Orange County, attended University High School and graduated from the University of California, Irvine center of Psychology with a degree in Social Ecology. It was at University High School that she was inspired by a teacher to become a Therapist. Due to her family’s economic situation she had to rely on financial aid: “It was through financial aid that I was able to attend UCI; as a Therapist, my goal is to give back to the community I love,” beginning, with a series of Teen Talks that focuses on issues such as social media addictions and stressful issues that affect kids. Teen Talks take place at schools so that kids can openly discuss their concerns and gain the tools necessary to make better choices. Tina believes that balance is the key to success. She addresses current issues in her upcoming book about social media and how it can become a form of an addiction.