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Ty'Jalayah Robertson, M.A.

Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist 128641

Registered Associate Professional Clinical Counselor 10567

Supervised by Barbara Neal, LMFT 101600

Location: Corona or Telehealth

"Most of our heartache and challenges from past and present circumstances can be channeled into resilience for our future experiences.”


Ty’Jalayah is a strong believer that, “All things [can] work for good…” according to the biblical principle, Romans 8:28. Therefore, despite the situation, the length of time since it has occurred, or the length of time that it has continued, a shift in our narrative and understanding of it can invite great healing.

Therapeutic Approach

Ty’Jalayah uses faith-integrated techniques and evidence-based practices, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Her therapeutic style is purposed to help clients feel safe and secure enough to identify and express how their thoughts and beliefs are impacting their emotions and behavior; and thus, their lives and relationships with loved ones. As a result, clients can experience increased esteem, improved relationships, and an overall increase in life satisfaction.


Ty’Jalayah is the second oldest of four children, and an auntie to her amazing nephew. She understands the growing pains of changing family dynamics and has successfully implemented relational tools needed to preserve her own family relationships. Despite the many changes that occur throughout a family’s timeline, she has learned that maintaining the family unit and garnering family support is often a possibility. For these reasons, she is devoted to helping other individuals, families, and marriages healthily navigate life’s many stages and challenges as well.



Since 2015, Ty’Jalayah has ministered and provided spiritual counsel to both youth and adult church communities through public speaking, exhortation, and prayer. Her desire to help others and share Christ’s love with those enduring tough times inspired her decision to pursue therapy as a profession. She is a great resource for individuals and couples specifically seeking faith-based counseling, as well as those who hold a different faith or worldview.



M.A. in Clinical Psychology: Marriage and Family Therapy from Azusa Pacific University


B.A. in Business Administration: Entrepreneurship from California State University of Fullerton


Professional Credentials

Dually registered as an AMFT and APCC

Trained in Gottman Method Couple’s Therapy Level I

Member of California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT)



Ty’Jalayah’s standard fee is $130 for individual therapy and $150 for couple/family therapy.


To schedule a first-time appointment with Ty’Jalayah, please call or book online.

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