Stacey Pocevich

LCPC

Stacey uses a strength-based, person-centered approach, personalized to help each client address individual issues, develop effective ways to cope and make changes in their lives.  Her therapy style is supportive and collaborative.  The methods she uses are eclectic, primarily integrating cognitive, behavioral, interpersonal, motivational, and solution focused modalities.  She is dedicated to helping clients work through their difficulties, gain insight, and realize change.

Common Treatment Issues include:  grief, loss, adjustment problems, life transitions, stress management, crisis management and stabilization, self-injury, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, anger management, bipolar disorder, personality disorders, boundaries, identity, recovery, co-dependency, hoarding, spirituality, and parenting.

” I provide an accepting, non-judgmental space to heal and grow.  I am compassionate and empathetic.  I value the therapeutic journey and offer guidance and support along the way to address the challenges we face together.”

Stacey has worked with both teens and adults from a wide variety of backgrounds and cultures.  She has over 30 years experience as a Registered Nurse in various settings and has provided counseling services in a hospice, as well as private and non-profit mental health settings. She earned her Master’s degree in Counseling from National-Louis University.

Stacey offers reduced fees to clients who meet financial guidelines.