Stacey has devoted much of her time to building a fulfilling career working with families, children and adolescents. Her approach to therapy is integrative in nature, and brings together both person-centered and cognitive therapies to help clients better understand their strengths, to implement solutions, and to improve the stability and happiness within the family and or couple.
Stacey earned her first Masters degree at the University of Toronto in Developmental Psychology and Human Development. Additionally she earned a second masters degree from Yorkville University in the field of Counselling Psychology. She has worked closely with children, adolescents and their families both in the home and a within school settings. Stacey's private practice works has been geared to helping families and couples maintain healthy and positive relationships. As well as to create a foundation for positive coping and expression.
Most recently Stacey received her certification as a Clinical Trauma Professional through the International Association of Trauma Professionals.