Tracy began her career with an undergraduate degree in Social Work from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. She later obtained her MS degree in Counseling from Henderson State University.
“My work in the field of mental health for over 20 years has been an immense privilege, and I’m very happy to call it my life’s work,” Tracy said.
Her work experience has included psychiatric residential treatment for children, adult day treatment, supervising, and school-based and clinic counseling. She is licensed as an LPC and has a specialty license in Technology-Assisted Counseling.
Tracy draws from cognitive behavioral therapy and person-centered therapy, integrating other theoretical approaches to meet individual needs.
“My approach is warm and accepting, and my goal is to provide a safe space that allows my clients to feel comfortable enough to work through challenges and heal,” Tracy said. “I love tapping into creativity using books, art, and journaling to discover new insights.”
In her free time, Tracy is an avid reader, dabbles in painting, and is passionate about her family.