Our Staff Print Content Email Content Page Image Page ContentOur staff actively works to coordinate care with your family, primary care physician, schoolteachers and others to provide a comprehensive, inclusive approach that ensures long-term success. Dr. Tara Borsh, Director of Boys Town Behavioral Health Clinic of Grand Island, is a licensed psychologist who specializes in individual and family therapy with children and adolescents. She provides psychological testing and assessments for both children and adults, in addition to offering community training and education on behavioral health issues. She has co-written numerous books, including "Great Days Ahead" and "Teaching Social Skills to Youth with Mental Health Disorders". Tammy Stuhmer, M.S., is a Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner (LIMHP) and a Licensed Independent Marriage and Family Therapist (LIMFT) at Boys Town and provides individual and family therapy. She has experience addressing presenting problems of all types to include trauma, depression, anxiety, behavioral concerns, substance abuse and severe persistent mental illness issues. Tammy enjoys working with diverse populations including mixed race, blended and co-parenting families. She has specialized training in working with family systems as a whole with a focus on multi-systemic stressors. Amanda Anderson, M.S. Amanda is a predoctoral psychology intern at Boys Town. She earned her master's degree in Psychology from Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne, Florida, where she will also be completing her Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology. Amanda has worked in a variety of settings, including community mental health centers, schools, and a psychiatric hospital. Amanda has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in individual and family therapy. She brings specialized experience utilizing Parent-Child Interaction Therapy and trauma-informed care. Additionally, Amanda has experience providing psychological assessment services to children and adults. Her professional interests include behavioral pediatrics, disruptive behavior disorders, and integrating aspects of faith into clinical practice for interested families. Amanda is enthusiastic about working within the Boys Town community and providing services at the Behavioral Health Clinic in Grand Island.