Tiffany Wierzbicki, Provisionally Licensed Psychologist

Tiffany Wierzbicki, PhD
Tiffany Wierzbicki, PhDProvisionally Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Tiffany Wierzbicki is a provisionally licensed psychologist specializing in the assessment and treatment of children, adolescents, and families. She provides comprehensive assessment services to assess cognitive, adaptive, academic, behavioral, and emotional functioning for children, adolescents, and young adults. 

Dr. Wierzbicki employs a variety of evidence-based treatment for individuals and families that address disruptive behavior in young children, various presentations of anxiety, depression, and social skills deficits, among other concerns. She most often uses a cognitive-behavioral approach and implements more specific forms of therapy when relevant, such as Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT).

She typically includes parents and/or caregivers in treatment, as well as other relevant parties as necessary to assist children and families in meeting their treatment goals.

For an appointment with Dr. Wierzbicki, use the button below, or chat with a staff member at the bottom of the page. 

  • Counseling & Behavioral Therapy

  • Parenting Support

  • Group Therapy

  • Psychological & Developmental Testing

  • Career Counseling & Testing

  • Psych-educational Testing

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Education & Training

  • Doctoral Degree, Ph.D., in Counseling Psychology, December 2018, University of Central Arkansas

  • Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling, August 2013, University of Central Arkansas

  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology with Anthropology Minor, August 2009, University of Central Arkansas

Memberships

  • American Psychological Association (APA)

  • APA, Society of Counseling Psychology, Division 17

Awards & Grants

  • 2ndplace in the SWPA graduate research competition in 2014

  • 3rdplace in the SWPA undergraduate research competition in 2013

  • Research finalist in the SWPA graduate research competition in 2015, 2016, & 2017

  • Psi Chi Regional Research Award in 2015

  • Dean’s List for all 8 semesters of undergraduate education

Grants

  • Research Grant from the University Research Council at the University of Central Arkansas in 2017

  • Research Grant from the Trio Behavioral Research and Travel Fund in 2017

  • Travel Grant from University of Central Arkansas ($575) in 2014

  • Regional Travel Grant from Psi Chi ($400) in 2015

  • Regional Travel Grant from Psi Chi ($370) in 2016

Research

  • Jealousy and Relationship Quality: Relations Between Perceptions of Self and Partner's Level of Jealousy

  • Charlton, S., & Wierzbicki, T. (2015). What’s your problem? Eye on Psi Chi.

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Presentations & Speaking

  • Guest lecture on evolutionary and social explanations of jealousy for Evolutionary Psychology undergraduate class at the University of Central Arkansas. (2017, Spring). 

  • Wierzbicki, T.M. (2017, April). Both opinions matter: Measuring romantic partner’s perception of jealousy. Paper session presented at the meeting of Southwestern Psychological Association, San Antonio, Texas.

  • Research finalist in the SWPA graduate research competition

  • Wierzbicki, T.M. (2016, April). Sex differences in jealousy: Twenty years later. Paper session presented at the meeting of Southwestern Psychological Association, Dallas, Texas. Research finalist in the SWPA graduate research competition

  • Thomas, A., & Wierzbicki, T.M. (2016, April). Therapeutic themes in comic books for LGBTQ readers. Poster session presented at the meeting of Southwestern Psychological Association, Dallas, Texas.

  • Wierzbicki, T.M. (2015, April). If I’m mad, am I jealous too? Examining construct confounds. Paper session presented at the meeting of Southwestern Psychological Association, Wichita, Kansas. Won a Psi Chi Regional Research award

  • Wierzbicki, T.M. (2015, April). Women from Venus, men from Mars: Except when it comes to jealousy. Paper session presented at the meeting of Southwestern Psychological Association, Wichita, Kansas. Research finalist in the SWPA graduate research competition

  • Wierzbicki, T.M. (2014, April). I’m not just jealous; I’m mad, too. Paper session presented at the meeting of Southwestern Psychological Association, San Antonio, Texas. Won 2ndplace in the SWPA graduate research competition