Kathryn and I are of the same soul family. I, too, am a specialty coffee drinking, wellness enthusiast born and raised in Nashville. I am a wellness enthusiast, fueled by LOVE + SERVICE! Holistic health is my thing.
I started my career solely focused on outward expressions of health – exercise, nutrition, and behavior change. Life, growth, experiences taught me that therapy is a key piece of aligning the physical, mental, and spiritual aspects of being. I have experienced some very hard things in life. I have also received significant empathy, support, and wise counsel from others that cared to help me. Most importantly it was the strengths that others saw in me that helped me and supported my overall well-being. We all want that. I vow to give what I want! I am privileged to serve clients and journey with them as they create change in their lives.
I am a Certified Health Coach, Personal Trainer, and Marriage & Family Therapist. That makes me a Fit Therapist! Fit mind, fit body, and fit spirit. My holistic approach to fitness advocates that mental, physical, and spiritual health are the keys to unlock maximized well-being. I’m here to help!
M.S. Marriage and Family Therapy
Masters in Business Administration
Marriage and Family Therapist Intern: Lipscomb Family Therapy Center
Marriage and Family Therapist Intern: PSYCHe
Self-development, self-connection, anxiety management, adolescent issues, relational issues, brainspotting
$135 per 50 minute session. Please note we do not take insurance.
Get to know me!
Favorite part of being a therapist?
Watching people thrive in the safety of the space we create together. I also love being trusted 🙂
If someone asked you to describe what “therapy” is… what would you say?
Therapy is a safe space to explore yourself with the help of a trusted guide who is holding a loving mirror.
What is the biggest difference between the version of you that you know now and the version of you that existed 10 years ago?
I know myself more. I love myself more. This is mostly due to self-exploration, self-acceptance, and self-connection. Which is exactly the goal in therapy with my clients every day!
Most unexpected part of being a therapist?
How often I need to convince others that I’m not “therapizing” them. Also, when I’m not working I crave surface-level conversations. Like, I live in the land of surface, shallow convos!
Would you rather never be able to hear music again or go on any vacations?
I can’t live in either of those worlds.
Sit Down with Staci Now
49 Music Square E,
Nashville, TN 37203