Stacey Bruen - Licensed Professional Counselor - Nationally and Board Certified
Individual/Adult Counseling
Family Therapy
Couples Counseling / Relationship Challenges
Teen/Child Counseling
Parenting Coaching
Sports Psychology 

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • OCD   
  • Mood Instability
  • Grief/Loss
  • Anger Issues
  • Self-Esteem/Self-Worth
  • Co-Dependence
  • Life Transition
  • School Anxiety
  • Behavior Challenges
  • Transitional Adjustment
  • Adjustment Disorders 
  • Asperger's Syndrome
  • Trich/hair picking
  • Transgender Identity Challenges

Other Services:
  • EMDR therapy (trauma)
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy Training (DBT)
  • High Conflict Divorce Challenges
  • Executive functioning for ADD/HD
  • Divorce Transition
  • Co-Parenting Coaching
  • Skills Training
  • Parent Education Classes-
  • Re-Unification Work
  • Developing a System for School & Home
  • Social Skills Training
  • Infertility/Family Planning
  • Stress Management

  • Stacey utilizes an eclectic approach to therapy geared towards self-improvement and personal growth through challenging and often tragic times.
  • She employs therapeutic techniques and interventions that specifically cater towards each individual, couple, or family. 
  •  Proactive therapy may include a Cognitive Behavioral focus (CBT), Solution Focused, PsychoEducational Perspective, EMDR, Gestalt techniques, Psychoanalytic, and/or Client Centered Approach. 
  • Stacey also uses various techniques in assisting her clients to build tools and strategies, such as: emotional regulation work; anxiety reducers; processing approaches; communication techniques; limit and boundary setting, anger management, and/or co-dependent challenges.
  • Stacey has the awareness to acknowledge and accept various cultural heritages and values. Working with families with members from a mixture of racial, cultural, and religious backgrounds as well as families made up of same sex couples.
  • Creating a proactive treatment plan, with goals for therapy, will be established. Encouraging motivational techniques often adds to the process.
  • Being an active participant in therapy and doing work outside of the therapeutic session (homework that this therapist will assign), will move the counseling in a positive direction. Progress may be seen sooner than later.
  •  Confronting core issues versus functioning on the surface, will be beneficial in any type of therapeutic session. Clients are encouraged to trust the process as therapy brings an overall increase in personal functioning.