Tammy Gustafson is an experienced, licensed mental health practitioner in Castle Rock, Colorado specializing in trauma, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and women’s issues.
She assists wives who have experienced sexual betrayal by helping them piece themselves back together, find strength in themselves and navigate the challenging healing process.
Coach of basketball and director of a non-profit organization teaching young athletes to play the game well.
Early Life and Education
She is the daughter of B. Wayne Hughes, co-founder of Public Storage with one location. She sits on its board of directors and is its principal shareholder.
Gustafson has been involved in numerous community and civic activities over the years, such as being part of Leadership Florida class 39 Cornerstone group as well as sitting on Visit Florida board of directors.
Tammy Gustafson, a licensed mental health practitioner affiliated with her own private practice, specializes in trauma/PTSD therapy as well as Women’s Issues and Relationship issues, offering counseling and EMDR therapy services for her clients. She accepts many insurance plans as well as offering sliding scale appointments – contact her now for more information!
Tammy Gustafson is a licensed professional counselor specializing in helping wives recover after sexual betrayal. She guides women through the difficult yet necessary healing process while helping them reclaim their worth and value.
She is an experienced writer, editor, and multimedia producer with extensive knowledge in journalism, media relations, brand management and community engagement initiatives for organizations like Michigan Nonprofit Association.
She is an effervescent and captivating speaker passionate about nonprofit work, who loves traveling, reading and supporting her beloved Spartans! Currently living in Southeast Michigan with her husband, two sons, golden retriever and coaching 3rd through high school basketball teams across multiple states at multiple tournaments annually.
Achievement and Honors
Gustafson serves on the board of Friends of Florida State Parks as well as on its Audit Committee, Leadership Florida class 39 Cornerstone Group, Florida Commission on Tourism and founded Florida Force, an non-profit basketball club for 3rd through High School age teams which has competed at numerous tournaments with numerous championships won since its formation.
In 2022, she received the inaugural Environmental Stewardship Award from Friends of Florida State Parks Foundation. For her efforts in making bilingual park discovery kits available at John D. MacArthur Beach State Park in Palm Beach County to facilitate Spanish-fluent families participating in Junior Ranger programs; also providing children the ability to learn about state park history and science in their own language.
Tamara Hughes Gustafson is the daughter of B. Wayne Hughes, founder of Public Storage with one location. She currently sits on its board.
She is also a trauma-informed Licensed Professional Counselor and coach, helping wives pick up the pieces after sexual betrayal by discovering strength within them to move toward healing. She created the Betrayal Healing Phases framework so women may reclaim their worth, value, and discover ways of living with purpose, joy, and confidence.
She resides in Castle Rock, Colorado and specializes in counseling for Trauma/PTSD, Women’s Issues and Relationship Issues. With over 10 years of experience as well as being an EMDR Therapy Practitioner.
Tamara Hughes Gustavson reportedly has an estimated net worth of approximately $3.9 billion as of 22 December 2022, making her the single-largest individual shareholder of Public Storage of Glendale, California. She worked there from 1978 until his death in 2003 before returning to its board in 2008.
Gustavson also holds a 6% share in American Homes 4 Rent, an REIT co-founded by her father and operating out of Canada, along with 66 storage facilities. Additionally, she serves on the board at her alma mater USC.
Eric Gustavson and she live in Malibu together, owning property that overlooks Paradise Cove for which she’s asking $127.5 million – featuring three guesthouses as well as the main house. Additionally, she is the owner of Spendthrift Farm a thoroughbred breeding facility located in Lexington Kentucky which has produced multiple winners including 2017 Preakness Stakes winner Cloud Computing.