Dr. Tammy Bradshaw-Scott is an inspirational speaker, gifted writer and adjunct professor who holds two Master’s Degrees and a Ph.D. Degree in Clinical Psychology. She is also a Registered Clinical Psychologist and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Dr. Tammy has worked with adult forensics, psychiatric inpatient and outpatient populations with severe mental illness and people with relationship / family problems. She has also provided psychotherapy, psychological assessments, and treatment for children, adolescents, adults and geriatrics–with the result of improved levels of functioning in daily life. In addition, Dr. Tammy maintains her own private practice, Grace Counseling Services, LLC located in Redlands, CA.
Drawing upon more than 12 years of experience working with a variety of populations, Dr. Tammy’s goal for “A New Day” is to provide broad access to information that may improve individuals’ mental health, address family problems, assist with relationship issues, and offer solutions for coping in stressful and uncertain times. She especially aims to reach viewers who would otherwise not be able to receive information on these topics.
A WORD FROM DR. TAMMY
As I have worked for many years as a therapist and psychologist, I have seen and experienced human suffering that the average person does not see. I have sat across from the most broken and hurting individuals, couples and families – of all ages. I have laughed with them and cried with them, and often times I have felt the weight of wanting to do so much more. I have said many times, “If people could just see what I have seen over the years of working in this field, they would be in disbelief.” Yes, I have many thoughts about how the average person would respond to the human suffering that I have witnessed. I believe in “A New Day” because of the content covered on each episode, and I believe in it because of the number of people who will be helped – right in their homes. In fact, the truth is that there are people all over the world who do not have access to resources to help them.
This program, “A New Day”, was born out of a deep longing and desire in my heart to reach out to people in a much greater way. After losing my 20-year-old daughter seven years ago, I have felt compelled to use my resources, talent, time and energy to provide hope and resources for as many people as I possibly can. And as I ponder the idea of reaching thousands of people in just a half-hour episode, I am deeply moved and filled with thanksgiving to our faithful Lord. I am truly grateful to God for all of the years that I have been blessed to meet with many different folks and walk along side of them, often through the darkest trenches of their lives. I sincerely believe that I have learned and become the clinician that I am today, in a large part, due to these incredible people! Now I want to take all of what I have learned and experienced and make it available to people everywhere. The best way that I know to do that is through this television program, “A New Day!”