David Tulli is a therapist in Cranston, RI specializing in anxiety, existential challenges, family of origin issues, relationship challenges, adjustment to life transitions, trauma, and pain management. He provides traditional psychotherapy as well as specialized right-brain mental health interventions such as creative visualization and hypnosis. He sees individuals ages 18 and up, including young adults, college students, adults, couples, and seniors.
David's specializes in helping individuals work through current mental health symptoms by identifying beliefs developed from one's family of origin or uncovering deep implicit childhood memories. These memories may store different degrees of traumas and affect the individual's current functioning. His practice is characterized by a combination of multiple therapy modalities, including existential therapy, Internal Family Systems, interpersonal therapy, mindfulness practices, supportive therapy, and Emotionally Focused Therapy. He also provides pain management treatment using hypnotherapy and guided imagery.
Prior to private practice, David worked at the Arbor-Fuller Partial Hospital Program and Rhode Island Hospital Partial Hospital and Inpatient Programs, as well as community mental health programs. He encourages his clients to bypass the critical, analytical, doubting parts of themselves to access paths to healing.