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My name is Tracy Weegmann

As a lover of the arts, I find myself drawn to museums, symphonies, ballets, and plays. In my free time, I channel my creative spirit into creating beautiful mosaic art with glass and porcelain. I share my home with two furry friends, Oreo, a black and white cocker spaniel, and Houdini (Dini) a Maincoon cat who lives up to his name as an escape artist. When I'm not indulging in my artistic pursuits, I enjoy spending time with friends along with exploring the natural beauty of our state through hiking, biking, and leisurely walks in the park.


                                Education and Training



Tracy has been practicing psychotherapy and Attention Coaching for over 15 years and has a Masters in Clinical Mental Health from Walden University. 


  • Certified Brain Injury Specialist

  • Licensed Professional Counselor

  • Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapist (Pending 2024),

  • Addictions Counselor (LAC pending 2024).

  • Certified EMDR (Eye movement desensitization and reprocessin)g  

  • Certified Cognitive Behavioral Therapist, 

  • Certified Sand play Therapist,

  • Certified Dialectical Behavioral Therapist.

  • Certified Motivational Interviewing

  • Mindfulness trained

  • Certified Attention Coach. 

  • Client Centered therapies


Tracy is a skilled professional who has helped many patients with structure, routine, stress reduction, fatigue management, increased cognitive skills, memory and executive functioning. She strongly believes that family and loved ones should be involved in the neuro-educational component of treatment to learn how to work with the deficits of those they love.


Tracy applies multiple modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness and additional client centered approaches to restore balance within the (Neuro-diverse or Non Neuro- diverse) individual or family.


Her personal experience with Traumatic Brain Injury and the process of recovery has given her a unique and powerful perspective on managing symptoms and slowing down the chaotic nervous system.

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