Tracy Treacy, MS, LPC

Tracy Treacy, MS, is Director and a Clinician at the D & S Healing Center. Her work specializes in serving a diverse population including individual work, couples, group, and small business onsite counseling services with an emphasis and specialty in holistic psychology.  In addition to her clinical work and creating the D & S Healing Center in 1998, Tracy is an Adjunct Professor at Alverno College in the Graduate Department of Psychology and Adjunct Professor at Concordia University in the undergraduate Criminal Justice Department.

Her clinical work extends into alternative ways of healing that includes the mind, body, and spirit integrating body work, yoga, meditation, mindfulness practices and an ongoing emphasis on the power of resilience, courage and an enduring belief in self.  Such an approach allows Tracy to tailor treatment in a manner that best meets the needs and interests of those she serves.  

Education, Clinical, and Community Involvement

Bachelor of Science in Psychology- Cardinal Stritch University

Masters of Science and Rehabilitation Counseling- University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

Licensed Professional Counselor

D&S Healing Center, Inc....Director/Owner/Psychotherapist

Community Invovlement

Kidney Foundation of WI….Women of the World Conference 2013…speaker on stress relaxation

Alverno College Milwaukee WI 2014…..Expert Panel Member—Mindfulness Conference

Seven Fold Path - Chakra Alignment Class …..Transformations, Inc. Milwaukee, WI…..
 
CoFacilitator with What’s Next Program June 2013 - May 2014
Cofacilitator of a breast cancer survivor group with a nurse practitioner......yoga, nutritional counseling, and meditation

Facilitator of Breast Caner Survivor group at Mount Mary College funded by the Koman Foundation……the group focuses on healthy eating and dealing with the effects of breast cancer treatment and how it affects your mental health

Cultural Humility Trainer 2016…The Alma InstituteMilwaukee, WI

Adjunct Professor

Cardinal Stritch, Concordia University, and Alverno College