Jerry Tyner was raised in Orange County and worked as a Systems and Applications Engineer for several computer component companies for 30+ years. While doing that he also worked as a walk-on wrestling coach at four different high schools for over 20 years total. He also volunteered as a Boy Scout leader for 20 of those years and was awarded the Silver Beaver for his service in 2010.
After being sought out by people for advice and help with problems they were struggling with in their life for many years he returned to school and graduated with his Bachelors in Psychology in 2009 and Masters in Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy in 2013 with both degrees from Brandman University (part of the Chapman University System).
Jerry is a registered intern with the California Bureau of Behavioral Sciences and has been working since 2012 for Institute for Advanced Studies, a non-profit corporation, counseling chronically homeless people who may be dealing with unexpected life and work situation, as well as adolescents in group and individual counseling settings helping them deal with various life challenges and addiction issues that caused emotional distress. He has also worked with children, adolescents, adults and couples dealing with various life challenges and interpersonal issues as well as all kinds of situations that may be causing complications in their life.
Jerry has been certified to work with individuals (teens and adults) and couples who are dealing with pornography addiction. Jerry has also been successful in using these processes in dealing with other forms of addictive behavior as well.
He greatly enjoys working with individuals, couples, and families of all ages who are struggling with communication problems, intimacy issues and all forms of life cycle challenges to help them return to balance in their lives. He is skilled in the use of Guided Imagery to assist in relaxation, pain management, assisting your immune system through visualization as well as helping to ascertain what could be causing a person distress and to understand why they may be stuck in a troublesome life situation.