Resident in Counseling
Stacey takes a values-based approach while evaluating the interpersonal processes and utilizing strengths-based, CBT, MI and humanistic interventions. She has experience working in transitional housing, residential facilities, intensive in home, and in vocational rehabilitation and correctional facilities. She has experience working with immigrants, adolescents with behavioral challenges and complex trauma, individuals in the foster care system, individuals with psychosis, self-harming behaviors, SI, HI, SUDs, those who have been incarcerated, the LQBTQIA community, individuals with disabilities or those who may be experiencing chronic illnesses, individuals who may have offended or been offended against sexually, those who may be grieving, and who have experienced significant loss. She enjoys working with children and adolescents, as well as adults and families.
In her free time, she enjoys reading, traveling, napping, meaningful conversations with friends, being out on the water, finding new adventures and learning new things.
It is her desire that each individual would find greater health and wholeness as they invest in themselves through the therapeutic journey.