We provide individual, couples and family counseling for a wide variety of treatment specialties.
Wide Range of Specialties
For Men, Women, and Adolescents
Tracey works with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues providing services that span from therapy for depression and grief counseling to parenting support, couples counseling and beyond. In a comfortable and supportive atmosphere, she offers a highly personalized approach tailored to each of her clients individual needs to help attain the personal growth they’re striving for.
Tracey can help survivors of abuse express and process difficult emotions associated with the abuse. Developing self-compassion and self-care strategies for managing moments of overwhelming emotion will help you learn to trust again.
Codependency can be challenging to change alone since these behaviors are often learned early in life and are reinforced over many years. Resolving codependent behaviors can improve relationships, decrease depression and anxiety, and strengthen self-esteem.
Divorce is often emotionally traumatic for both partners. Tracey can provide a rational and objective perspective to help you through the process of uncoupling, which is often mentally, physically, and financially demanding with feelings of guilt, depression, anxiety, grief and fear.
Tracey can help people who have experienced trauma and those diagnosed with PTSD make sense of their experiences and feelings, develop plans to stay safe, learn healthy coping skills, and connect with other resources and support.
Tracey can help identify the root cause of anxiety and work on those deeper concerns. This can help reduce or eliminate symptoms in a relatively short time, allowing you to resume regular activities and regain a sense of control.
Tracey will help you recognize and access your strength, autonomy, and capacity for change. An effort to understand and heal the source will often improve treatment outcomes and provide some relief from depression.
Recognizing that recovery involves not just the absence of disordered thoughts and behaviors about eating and the perfect body, but in recovering a sense of authentic identity, cultivating self-acceptance, and developing self-esteem.
Each experience of grief is unique, complex, and personal. Tracey will tailor treatment specifically to meet your needs. For example, she might help a bereaved individual find different ways to maintain healthy connections with the deceased through memory, reflection, ritual, or dialogue about the deceased and with the deceased.
Addressing the communication (verbal and nonverbal) styles of the family, and other individual issues that may be interfering with the cohesiveness of the family system, Tracey helps families learn to understand one another better, communicate more effectively, and work proactively to disrupt unhealthy patterns.