Tamara Dill Sautter


Tamara Dill Sautter is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Apex, North Carolina. She grew up in Cary, where her family still resides. Tamara is a proud mama to a 4-year-old son, loving partner, and family oriented person. Love, compassion, health and wellbeing, and education and knowledge are her top priorities. In her personal life, she focuses on home schooling, learning respectful parenting techniques, practicing healthy communication, and an effective work-life balance.

Tamara graduated with honors from North Carolina State University with both a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology and Master of Social Work. During her time at NCSU, she was actively involved in multiple campus and community organizations raising awareness about mental health accessibility, crisis response, suicide prevention, mental illness, self-care, and healthy relationships.

In graduate school, Tamara worked as a social work intern in various settings such as crisis centers, an in-patient psychiatric hospital, and a residential treatment facility. Upon receiving her therapeutic license, Tamara worked as an outpatient therapist, school-based therapist, and behavioral interventionist. Tamara has more than a decade of experience in childcare, starting in high school as a babysitter, youth camp counselor, nanny to children with special needs on the autism spectrum, and K-2 teacher’s assistant.

She has six years clinical experience conducting therapy with children, adolescents, families, and adults. In sessions, Tamara draws from dialectical behavioral therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, solution-based, strengths-based, and humanistic therapy. Tamara has a passion for working with teens and young women struggling with self-esteem, anxiety, depression, and life transitions.

She takes time to build strong relationships with each client to understand their backgrounds, needs, and goals. Tamara strives to meet each person where they are to walk along side them to promote greater confidence, self-esteem, and emotional balance.