Tyrone D. McDuffie Jr. is a licensed professional counselor who believes that there should be no negative stigma attached to a person seeking help for mental health related problems. He specializes in treating patients with depression, anxiety, PTSD, and anger management with a focus on stress management. He has found that with many of his patients that suffer from mental health related problems that overwhelming stress and the lack of healthy stress management techniques is a main contributing factor.
Tyrone is a certified stress management coach under the Spencer Institute and certified anger management coach under Century Anger Management. He has also served as a host, motivational, and keynote speaker in El Paso, Texas and the surrounding areas. Tyrone served honorably in the U.S. Army from 1993 to 1998 and is a proud veteran. He also has a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice (2010) from Park University and Master of Arts in Counseling (2013) from Webster University. He completed his post graduated supervision at the Army Continuing Education Services (ACES) Ft. Bliss Texas and El Paso Behavioral Health System in El Paso, Texas. He is always motivated about helping people live better lives through counseling, coaching, and consulting.
“Some of the best things in life will happen for you when you just show up.”
Monica is the founder and publisher of Black El Paso Voice. She is an advocate fighting against racism and embracing positive community involvement. She is a lover of God, Puerto Rican cuisine, and the greatest defender of her family. She also enjoy House Music and swears it’s the best music on the planet!