Tabby Chapman is a Marriage and Family Therapist and a Professional Clinical Counselor. As a therapist, her priority is to encourage her clients to rediscover their own inner-perfection and help them trust their own truths. Tabby is focusing her career on helping parents improve their relationships with their children as well as helping people restore or rebuild strong attachments to themselves as they heal trauma from coercion.
As the founder of the Freedom Train Project (FTP), a non-profit 501(c)(3) advocacy agency, Tabby and provides services for people wishing to leave cults or coercive relationships.
Tabby is on the board of the newly formed American Association of Doctors of Behavioral Health as the Director of Mental Health Education and Treasurer as well as serving as a senior trainer with Gray’s Trauma-Informed Care Services Corp. Additionally, she spends time with children on a weekly basis as a leader in outdoor education with Tinkergarten.
The most important lesson Tabby derived from her own life experience is to let go of trying to exert control over others, in all areas of life.