Warren Tandoc, LMFT
Warren is a mixed-race, post-modern, systemic therapist with a special interest in the LGBTQ+ community and transitioning transgender clients. He is passionate about helping people heal from trauma and build healthy relationships.
Warren was born and raised in the Midwest and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Kansas University. He studied Marriage and Family Therapy at Friends University, and graduated as a member of the MFT honors society, Delta Kappa.
Warren is a systemic therapist. This means that he believes that people do not exist in a vacuum and that the different systems that we belong to influence how we think, what we believe, and how we act. He believes that the client is the expert of their own experience, and he is trained in the art and science of helping clients hear and embody their own unique truth.
Warren is a fun, reverent, compassionate human being who has lived, loved, suffered, and grown on his own healing journey in life. He believes in things that you can see and touch and some things that you can only see and touch with your heart and mind. He will never judge or shame you in your therapeutic alliance of growth.
Warren specializes in telehealth therapy. This means that he can help you help yourself from a great distance through the magic of technology.
If you are looking for a therapist who can help you heal from trauma, build healthy relationships, or explore your gender identity, please contact Warren today. He is available for online sessions.
For scheduling, Warren can be reached at 316-833-2185 or email by clicking the Contact Warren button below.