BA Concord University // MA Marshall University
Tracey received her Masters Degree in teaching from Marshall University. A former educator, Tracey’s life mission is serving families and addressing their needs.
Tracey began her professional career working with troubled youth in the public schools before starting her admissions career at Greenbrier Academy, a therapeutic boarding school for girls. In just over a year, she rose in the ranks to Director of Admissions, where she helped guide families through the stressful and complicated process of finding placement for their child whose anxiety and depression had impacted school attendance. Her work in admissions has offered unique insight into the epidemic of anxiety, and options and benefits across the continuum of care. Tracey provides the tools and resources to help parents make an informed decision; guided by the “pursuit of recovery, wherever that recovery may be found.”
Tracey has a close family member with severe OCD and understands first-hand how challenging and debilitating anxiety can be.