The Center for Postpartum Family Health is thrilled to announce the addition of a new therapist to our clinical team!
Posted: December 26, 2019
Tracy received her master’s degree in Psychology with a concentration in Individual, Couples, and Family Therapy from Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, Texas. Her personal and professional journeys have been unconventional, and she brings a broad range of interesting life experiences thus — from human services work at residential treatment centers, drug and alcohol recovery programs, foster care services, and HIV clinics, to personal challenges with infertility and miscarriage, divorce and single parenting, step-family issues, and successful co-parenting. Additionally, Tracy has specific experience with families experiencing illness, hospitalization, and rehabilitation, including years of working closely with medical staff and patients as an advocate. She brings all these touch-points of life to her current work at Center for Postpartum Family Health. With specific training in Collaborative Dialogical Approaches, Narrative, and Solution-Focused therapies, Tracy offers conversational therapy, compassionate support, time and space for exploring thoughts and feelings, and room for finding clarity with troubling life circumstances. Her experience with clients include:
- fertility & infertility
- postpartum depression and anxiety
- young adulthood challenges
- managing transitions in life at all stages
- living with a creative talent
- pursuing a spiritually-influenced life
- and relationship connections (and disconnections) of every kind.