Tracy Schmitz, MA, LPCC # 0021178
Central Park - 2011 Dallas St., Aurora, CO. 80010
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
Medicaid (Region 3 & 5)
United Health Care
110.00 per clinical hour (50 min)
EDUCATION & BACKGROUND:
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate (LPCC) with a Master of Arts in Counseling from Regis University. I graduated from Plymouth State University in New Hampshire with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. After 17 years in corporate sales, I began my wellness journey as a Personal Trainer, Life Coach, and Reiki Master. I began teaching Usui Reiki classes to individuals and small groups. I later completed the Reiki Master Holy Fire III training in Maui with the founder and President of the International Center for Reiki Training, William Lee Rand.
Our biography becomes our biology. We were not created to hold onto pain for long periods. If we do, those cells are stored in our energy centers, creating imbalances that may lead to physical, mental, and emotional pain. Carrying unresolved issues and repressed feelings can leave us out of balance or experiencing symptoms of discomfort or dis-ease.
WHAT SESSIONS WILL BE LIKE:
With a holistic approach to therapy, I intend to help you identify the root of your physical, mental, and emotional pain at the most comfortable pace. Each individual experiences stressors from the external world in different ways. We will collaborate to identify imbalances with curiosity, bring specific challenges to the surface, and discover ways to release what is no longer serving you.
Addiction, Anxiety/Stress, Depression, Divorce, LGBTQIA+, Life Transitions, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, Parenting, and Reiki/Chakra Healing
TYPES OF THERAPY:
Psychotherapeutic Reiki, Somatic, Existential, Gestalt, Humanistic, Depth, Narrative, Person-Centered
What is Psychotherapeutic Reiki?
Psychotherapeutic Reiki is a holistic mind-body approach to psychotherapy. It is an energy model for understanding symptom formation by integrating Eastern energy concepts (Reiki and mindfulness) with Western psychological perspectives (psychotherapy). It has been used to treat psychological, emotional, and behavioral problems, unresolved trauma reactions, stress, and chronic pain. It is an experiential approach that stresses non-judgmental awareness and acceptance of your experience as it unfolds.