Traci earned her undergraduate degree at Texas Tech University where she studied business and psychology. Traci earned a Masters degree in Pre-Professional Counseling and a subsequent Masters degree in Professional Counseling from Amberton University, both in 2007.
Traci began her counseling career in 2006 working for a family crisis center in Plano, Texas, where she provided counseling services for all ages and facilitated groups dedicated to improving teen/parent relationships. Traci served as a counselor for a local domestic violence outreach center where she worked with victims of domestic abuse, facilitated victims support groups as well as implemented and managed a transitional housing program for domestic abuse victims and families. In 2009, Traci began counseling in a private practice setting and concurrently served as a contract therapist for Frisco Independent School District.
Traci is a professional member of the American Counseling Association and Association for Play Therapy.
In addition to formal education and professional experience, Traci is a native Texan and grew up and attended schools in Plano, Texas. She is married and has three living children. Through personal experience with grief, loss and change, Traci has gained a passion for working with children and adults who are grieving or struggling with loss, change and adjustment in various stages of the lifespan.
Traci understands the complexity of marriage and the work and dedication that is an ever evolving partnership of love and compromise through the various stages of the relationship; As a parent, the challenge of parenting teens and pre-teens in today’s time of ever changing technology, social media and morality.
Traci enjoys running, reading, playing soccer, cooking and spending time with family.
Currently, Traci works solely in private practice in northwest Plano conveniently located between Spring Creek and Tennyson, just east of the North Dallas Tollway.