Dr. Tanya Hilber received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Alliant International University (AIU), California School of Professional Psychology (PSY24479). Dr. Hilber was awarded her B.A. from Carroll University in Wisconsin for Psychology. Dr. Hilber’s doctoral dissertation explored midlife transitions in women of the baby boomer cohort.
Dr. Hilber owns and manages a group private practice in Mission Valley area of San Diego, Hilber Psychological Services. The therapists’ expertise at this group practice include children, teens, and adults with ADD/ADHD, Anxiety, Asperger’s/Autism Spectrum, depression, trauma, parenting, and life stressors. HPS accepts private pay, Aetna, Anthem, Cigna, and Tricare for therapy services at Hilber Psychological Services.
Dr. Hilber co-owned San Diego Center for Neurofeedback, APPC with Dr. Christiana Silva. SDCNF was established in 2013 to provide neurofeedback services to children, teens, and adults with non medication based treatment to assist with physiological self-regulation, psychological resolution, decreasing symptoms, and increasing functioning for better quality of life. SDCNF specializes in treating children and teens with trauma, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD), Anxiety, behavioral issues and Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).
In 2022, SDCNF merged with SD Center for Counseling to create San Diego Therapy Center, a non-profit, 501(c)3 where Dr. Hilber is the Executive Director of Neurofeedback and Supervisor of Neurofeedback providers. The idea of this merge is to increase neurofeedback services to the community and increase access to neurofeedback services to all people.
Dr. Tanya Hilber is the Vice President Board Member of the San Diego Therapy Center, formerly SD Center for Counseling 501(c)3. This organization was developed to provide low to no cost therapeutic services to children who are impacted by traumatic events. SDTC’s mission is to help children and their families heal from traumatic events and increase access to mental health services so that the cycle of abuse can end and the path of healing can begin.