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Tracy Teichman, BA

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Tracy Teichman, BA

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Tracy is a Clinical Intern who sees clients in the Yorkville office and via telehealth.

We are all on what has been called “the longest journey of our lives,” which is the journey from our heads to our hearts.

Hello, my name is Tracy. I’m a career changer pursuing an MSW at Aurora University. For over 15 years, I have been creating pathways for people to return to college. My true passion, however, is helping my clients identify and remove the emotional barriers that prevent them from getting where they want to go. I am committed to helping my clients first befriend their autonomic nervous system. Until we feel safe in our skin, nothing else matters. All our available resources go towards doing what it takes to feel better. Many of us try to change the people, places, and things around us, not realizing that safety exists within us.

I work with individuals and couples who are going through life transitions or who are experiencing symptoms of depression or anxiety.

I’d be honored to assist you on your path to internal safety. A completely new world awaits when you are able to separate the story in your head from the state of your body.

License / Credentials
BA
School
Aurora University
Prounons
She/Her/Hers
Cultural Identity
Age of focus
Young Adult/Adult
Locations
Title
Clinical Intern
Insurance Accepted
Master's Level Intern Sliding Scale
Post-Graduate Trainings/Certifications
Foundations of Polyvagal Informed Practice through the Polyvagal Institute
States Licensed In
pre-licensed intern
Specialties

Schedule a time to chat with someone from our Client Care Coordinator Team to get set-up with either a free 15-minute phone consultation or an initial evaluation.

OurLocations

477 E. Butterfield Rd,
Suite 212, Lombard,
IL 60148

2835 N. Sheffield Ave,
Suite 304, Chicago,
IL 60657

8721 Route 126
Yorkville,
IL 60560

2855 North, Speer Blvd Suite D
Denver, CO 80211

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