As a therapist, Tracy believes that relationships are the building blocks of life, whether it’s a relationship with a person, place, or thing. With a focus on how relationships impact our daily life, she provides a safe and confidential environment for clients to share and explore current or past concerns.
With over six years in the mental health field, Tracy has worked with clients during varying chapters of their lives.
Tracy provides counseling in numerous areas. Through premarital and marital counseling, she has helped couples navigate various relationship issues, such as infidelity and financial loss. She has also counseled families experiencing parenting challenges, including child rearing and the process of adoption.
Working with clients affected by addictions, Tracy has facilitated individual and group substance abuse and mental health services for adolescents and adults. Furthermore, she has counseled male and female victims of sexual assault, human trafficking, and domestic violence. She has also helped these clients during their recovery and restoration.
In addition, Tracy has counseled children and adults experiencing grief due to death and divorce.
Whether you’re closing a chapter or opening a new one, Tracy tailors her sessions to address the unique needs of each client.
Tracy currently treats children, adolescents, and adults experiencing life stressors including, but not limited to, anxiety, depression, self-esteem and identity issues, bullying, conflicts in marriage, and communication and behavioral concerns. In addition to her education and training in family therapy, Tracy has provided and currently provides premarital and marital counseling.
Doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy Candidate, Nova Southeastern University, 2015
Master in Marriage and Family Therapy, Nova Southeastern University, 2010
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, State of Florida
American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, Member