Stacy Adelstein-Wilcox, LPC-S
Treatment Issues: Adolescent Concerns, Anxiety, Communication Issues, Depression, Eating Disorders, Grief, Physical or Sexual Abuse Victims, Post-Traumatic Stress-Related Issues, Women's Issues
Education and Training: Master of Arts in Counseling from Dallas Baptist University, 2006. Licensed Professional Counselor in Texas since 2007. Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor since 2012.
Background and Experience: Stacy worked in management for a year at Metrocare Services in Dallas supervising clinicians and counselors and working directly with the adult forensic population that also had mental health diagnoses. She worked for a transitional housing program for four years assisting families with housing needs, helping them with education and employment, assisting them with budgeting and debt reduction, and walking with them through past hurts as they worked through the healing process. Stacy counseled adolescents and children who were victims of domestic violence while they were in shelters in North Richland Hills and also counseled adolescents who were court-ordered for counseling because of truancy issues at school in Plano.
Special Interests and Services: Stacy works with children as young as eight, adolescents and adults, especially women, with a variety of issues. She describes her therapy style as direct, empathetic, interactive, God-centered, and insight-oriented. Stacy works with individuals one-on-one and in group settings.
Additional Information: Stacy loves building relationships with people and makes family and friends a priority in life, second to her most important and valuable relationship with Jesus Christ. Stacy is involved in her church, co-leads a young adults Bible study in her home, enjoys serving in the community, spending time outdoors, and taking on new adventures.