Seeking help for what you are going through can be a difficult step to take. Some people feel that seeing a therapist means that you are “weak” or should be a last resort.
It actually takes a lot of strength to reach out!
This is your life! Everyone wants to be happier but often they do not know what to do to be happier. What is holding you back from living the life that you want?
You don’t have to struggle alone and suffer in silence.
Maybe things in your past seem to be holding you back. Talking through it with a trained professional can help more than most people realize.
Don’t let fear or shame keep you from the happiness that you deserve!
Stacey works with individuals and couples who are experiencing things like:
- Anxiety, stress, and difficulty managing life
- Grief and loss
- Relationship issues, fighting with your partner, separation and divorce
- Low self-esteem and codependency
- Emotional sensitivity, fear of abandonment, or borderline personality disorder
- Childhood emotional abuse and healing from psychological abuse
- Thriving after narcissistic abuse and co-parenting with a narcissist
- Chronic illness.
Stacey also provides mindfulness coaching.
Stacey currently sees individuals age 14 and older and couples for counseling at Grace Christian Counseling, in their Canton MS office and Vicksburg MS offices. To schedule an appointment with Stacey please call 601-636-5703.
Stacey has been working in the mental health field since 2011. She worked with individuals in home based hospice care and their families for 2-1/2 years. Because of that, she has a unique understanding of the dying experience as well as what those who are caring for an ailing loved one go through. She is currently pursuing a post-graduate certificate in grief counseling. Stacey earned her Master’s in Social Work at Jackson State University, where she graduated with honors. She finished clinical supervision to obtain her LCSW in October 2019. She also has a Bachelor of Arts in Social Services from Belhaven University.
Stacey is an LGBTQIA affirming therapist who believes that who you are should not effect your access to mental health treatment. Stacey believes in creating a non-judgmental atmosphere where all are accepted including those who identify as non-monagmous, those in polyamorous relationships, as well as others whose relationships might be considered non-traditional.
Stacey lives in Ridgeland, Mississippi with her two rescue dogs, her husband Jon and his Jack Russell terrier. She enjoys reading and writing about relationships, communication, and emotional health. She spends her free time reading for pleasure, playing Words with Friends, and binge-watching British crime dramas. She also likes spending time in nature, traveling, makeup artistry, and anything related to music.