Tabatha Sik, LISW, is a licensed independent social worker at the Rein Center, an integrative psychiatry practice based in Iowa City, Iowa. She has a passion for learning and incorporating various techniques into her treatment approach.
Ever since childhood, Tabatha has enjoyed helping others. As she grew older, she became fascinated by people's stories and loved hearing about their life experiences. She soon realized that her heart was leading her to become a therapist.
Tabatha earned her Bachelor of Arts in social work and English. She then pursued her Master of Social Work at Baylor University.
Since her time at Baylor, she's worked at a community health center and in private practice, seeing clients with all sorts of different life experiences. Tabatha has also received her teaching certification and was a teacher before joining Rein Center.
Tabatha specializes in helping patients who are experiencing adjustment difficulties, adoption-related issues, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, job-related stress, chronic medical conditions, and trauma and PTSD.
Tabatha is trained in cognitive behavioral therapy, cognitive processing therapy (for trauma), dialectical behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, solution-focused therapy, and trauma-informed care.