About the therapist
My Name is Stacy Wright and I graduated from Western Michigan University in June 2000 with a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology.
Much of my two-decade career has been spent working with individuals struggling with trauma. I have worked extensively with multiple ethnic, cultural, and religious groups. I am an ally of the LGBTQ+ community.
As a therapist, it is my goal to ensure that my clients know that I provide a secure and free place to say anything. There are not many places we can go anymore where we can be exactly who we are and know that we will never be judged for it.
I believe that wellness is both a mind and body connection. I often try to help my clients become more aware of the ways in which their stressors are affecting their physical health. I also believe that physical activity, meditation, yoga, and practicing mindfulness are effective ways to manage some of these stressors.
As a clinician, I have made it my goal to ensure that you leave each session feeling a little bit better than when you came into it. While I have found traditional talk therapy to be an effective form of treatment. Since becoming trained in EMDR, I have found even greater success with my clients.
Whether you decide you want to start traditional therapy or try EMDR, I will be happy to help you in your journey of healing.