Deaconess Tracey has been a member at Grace Church for 20 years and she has been serving in the Counseling Ministry for 4 years integrating innovative therapeutic techniques with spirituality to help children and adults develop a greater sense of self, as well as a deeper connection with God.
Tracey Wilson is also a Mental Health Clinician who has been in the Field for 10 years. She is currently a Therapist at Leland House, a 45-day Residential Treatment Center for kids and have experience working as an Intensive-In-Home Clinician treating children’s mental health needs including improving the family’s ability to provide effective support for the child to promote healthy functioning of the child within the family.
Tracey has provided training and administrative support to staff and have facilitated groups for kids and workshops on educating parents on Mental Health. Tracey believes in utilizing a holistic approach to treatment, addressing client welfare in body, mind, and soul by using a variety of techniques and modalities best suited for each client.
Tracey Wilson received an Associate in Law Enforcement, and a Bachelor of Science in Liberal Studies (Sociology) Degree from Southern University A& M College and a M.A. in Community Counseling from Argosy University in Arlington Virginia. She is currently pursuing her LPC, and she is committed to quality care and serving others in the Mental Health Field.