Stacia (she/her) utilizes the therapeutic process to nurture hope, encourage growth, expand reflective practices, and support healing. She strongly believes in everyone’s capacity for change and ability to connect with their internal wisdom. Stacia values empathy and attunement, compassion and kindness, authenticity and curiosity. Non-judgment, collaboration, and integrative approaches are cornerstones of her practice.
Stacia is passionate and energized by working with young children and their important caregivers. She provides individualized, trauma-informed, and relationship-focused therapy to children and adults. She helps children and families make-meaning around stressful life circumstances and create coherent narratives that support hope and healing. Stacia also has a special interest in utilizing holistic and integrative approaches such as interpersonal neurobiology, mindfulness-based practices, nature/horticultural therapy, dyadic regulation strategies, and play-based interventions to strengthen relationships, support developmental needs, address life stressors, and enhance health/wellness throughout the lifespan.
Stacia is trained and rostered in Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP), she is certified as an infant Attachment & Biobehavioral Catch-up parent coach (ABC-infant), and she is registered as a Circle of Security Parenting facilitator (COSP). Stacia is also a Registered Horticultural Therapist (HTR).