Tralynza Conley, LCSW

Tralynza Conley, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

My name is Tralynza, and I’m a licensed clinical social worker here at Deep Eddy Psychotherapy.  Making the decision to start your mental healing journey can be intimidating and overwhelming. I thank you for considering me to take part in this process, as your therapist. The information on this page will tell you more about me and help you make your decision.

Who I Work Best With:

  • Kids (9-12)
  • Teens (13-17)
  • Young Adults
  • Adults
  • Parents

What I Work With:

  • Self Esteem
  • Relationship Issues
  • Anger Management
  • Anxiety
  • Coping Skills
  • Depression and Mood Disorders
  • Family Conflict
  • Grief
  • Peer Relationships
  • School Issues
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Stress
  • Trauma and PTSD
  • Women’s Issues

My Background

I am Tralynza, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I was born and raised in Memphis, TN, and I am a nine-year U.S. Air Force, active duty, war veteran.  I earned my bachelor’s in social work at Texas A&M-Central Texas and a master’s in social work at Our Lady of the Lake University-Worden School of Social Service, with concentration on Hispanic children and families. 

I have experience working with survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, depression, anxiety, children, teens, adults, and groups. I am a certified Mental Health First Aider, specializing in suicide prevention and intervention and a Certified Grief Informed therapist. My approach to treatment includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness-Based CBT(MBCBT), and Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), to name a few. I also have 10 years of experience in Texas’ second largest ISD as a campus-based social worker and therapist. My experience also extends to veterans and their families. Because of my own military journey, I have a unique insight on veterans’ needs and unique experiences. 

I entered this field because I am passionate about eliminating the mental illness stigma and closing the gap to access to care, particularly in black and indigenous people of color (BIPOC) communities.  I was disheartened by the lack of access to care for my students and their families, as well as a lack of cultural representation in the field. I believe that representation matters and has a huge influence on a community’s openness to seek mental health care. I strive to provide the best possible care for all clients, no matter their race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation.

In my free time I enjoy traveling, cycling, watching and attending sporting events, and spending time with my teen son.