Tracey Smith is a Masters level therapist with a Master degree in Mental Health
Counseling from Wayland Baptist University. She received a Bachelor of Science in
Human Services with a minor in Business Administration from Wayland Baptist
University. She is a mother of five beautiful adult children and married to her high school
sweetheart of 38 years.
Over the past 10 years her background consists of working with various demographics,
such as individuals, at risk youth, families in residential, shelters, foster care, schools,
military, community, and home settings. Tracey has counseled pre-marital/marriage and
divorce. She utilizes integrative therapeutic modalities and settings in individual, family,
and group therapy in combination with Mindfulness, Guided Imagery, Cognitive
Behavioral (CBT), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) and Client Centered approaches.
She is trained in Seeking Safety (SS), which is a model that helps individuals struggling
with co-occurring disorders (trauma, substance abuse, etc). Tracey has worked with
clients that have experienced PTSD, trauma, substance abuse, anxiety, depression, and
Tracey’s belief is that the chief cornerstone of working with individuals and families
collaboratively is to change patterns of thinking and behaviors. In a session she will
provide you with a professional and safe environment for your needs and overall wellness
while encouraging you to take steps and become “unstuck”.