Tyme received her B.A. in psychology with a minor in criminal justice from Rider University, and her M.A. in forensic psychology and clinical psychology, as well as her Psy.D. in clinical psychology from Argosy University-Northern Virginia Campus. Her primary theoretical orientation is Integrative with a focus on Psychodynamic, Client-Centered, and Strengths-Based approaches. Tyme enjoys discussing topics related to diversity, as well as identifying resilience factors of students in a college setting. She believes that having healthy boundaries and utilizing self-care are major components to promoting positive emotional health and wellness in students.