Lance Tango Therapy
Restorative Engagement Therapy infuses principles of Social Justice with traditional forms of therapy; restoring self-assuredness, human connection, dignity, and soulfulness.
Something special happens when psychotherapy intersects with principles of Social Justice ...
As human beings, our souls and minds are wired to take in information from our environment to ensure our survival. But what happens when that information has been filled with a history of mistreatment, injustice or loss?
Not surprisingly, our concept-of-self begins to crystalize around false notions and a problematic “single-story” of fallibility, inadequacy, deficiency
By infusing principles of social justice with traditional forms of therapy, Restorative Engagement Therapy explicitly dismantles the “single-story,” replacing it with a complete and nuanced picture of who you are – restoring your dignity, voice, sense of justice, sense of wonder and soulfulness.
In your search for the right type of support, I invite you to read through the information on this website.
The aims of Restorative Engagement Therapy:
- Restore clients’ capacity for healthy interpersonal relationships.
- Restore the self-regulatory capacity of clients’ neural circuitry.
- Rightfully restore clients’ life experiences into a proper historical context of resiliency.
- Restore clients to their dignified-selves by addressing the moral injuries that underlie traumatic experiences.
Restorative Engagement Therapy infuses principles of social justice with traditional forms of therapy; restoring self-assuredness, human connection, dignity, and soulfulness.
addressing past experiences of
denigration, marginalization and
other unjust treatment
restoring relational intimacy
fostering genuine connection and
secure intimacy within relationships
restoring emotional resilience
addressing symptoms regularly
associated with depression, anxiety
Lance Tango, M.A.
“The beauty of this work is that it emboldens us to embrace our inherent value in the world – loosening futile patterns of self-criticism, comparison, and regret. Overtime, clients report feeling a deep sense of internal relief which ultimately promotes deeper relationships, more inspired creativity, and more compassionate living.”