Help for anxiety, depression, with children, teens, and young adults.
- Have your or your child suffered from abuse?
- Anger, depression or anxiety creating problems for you or your loved ones?
- Would you benefit from a therapist who sees you as a survivor and helps you remember what’s good, and healthy and right about you?
I work collaboratively with legal/medical advocates, educators, and school social workers to increase the quality of client care. I have worked closely with therapy interns and provided guidance and support. I currently work collaboratively with high schools to establish and provide in-school individual and group services.
I believe in implementing a strength based approach and identifying beneficial resources in the community that will further encourage clients’ growth. I utilize creative interventions, such as art and play, when appropriate with clients.
I have worked successfully with families and survivors of community violence, domestic violence, and sexual abuse. Through this experience, I am able understand the complexity of emotions that often accompany trauma.
I take developmental level into account when developing a treatment approach. I also tailor interventions to the specific needs of the client to create individualized treatment plans.
Through genuineness and cultural understanding, I have been able to from trusting therapeutic relationships that encourage consistent engagement in services. I successfully work with other therapists and often teaming together on groups and workshops.
I am motivated to continue to grow as a professional and am currently receiving training for EMDR and Child Parent Psychotherapy.
Get to know me with a free phone consult. Or if you’d like to get started right away, call and set up an appointment. I accept most health insurance plans gladly including OHP FamilyCare
Tracy Specializes In:
Families and survivors of community violence, domestic violence, and sexual abuse
Individuals with Anxiety/Depression
Children with Behavioral Issues
Individuals Experiencing Challenges Adjusting to Changes
Caregivers of Children Impacted by Trauma
All genders and races including BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color)