Early in her career, Stacie began working with youth, engaging in tutoring programs, volunteering for mental health treatment agencies, and carrying out research focusing on at-risk youth populations.

 
 
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Stacie graduated from Virginia Tech with a Bachelors of Science in Psychology. Following graduation, Stacie moved to Colorado, where she served as a counselor for eight years at The Denver Children’s Home. She specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectic Behavioral Therapy, and served as a corporate trainer educating other organizations about these treatment modalities.

As Clinical Specialist, Stacie administers Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) treatments, and enjoys the opportunity to support patients during the treatment process. She also administers Quotient ADHD testing, and is skilled at the interpretation of these results. Stacie has experience working with individuals with a variety of psychological issues including developmental disorders, depression, PTSD, personality and attachment disorders, psychosis, and anxiety.

 
I feel that it is important to support each patient in the context of his or her current emotional environment. I truly believe that each and every patient is doing the best that they can, though they often lack the tools and strategies to reach their maximum potential. It is my hope to provide a sage and validating space in order to encourage skill building and useful coping strategies.
— Stacie Wilcox