Tracy Epps, LIMHP
Tracy has a passion for guiding people towards a life of purpose, fulfillment, and emotional well-being. Tracy’s therapeutic approach is rooted in the principles of person-centered therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). These evidence-based methods allow me to create a safe and non-judgmental space where you can explore your thoughts, emotions, and experiences without fear of judgment.
Tracy has experience working with adults experiencing depression, anxiety, anger, and low self-esteem. While she specializes in working with adults dealing with depression, anxiety, anger, and low self-esteem, she welcomes individuals from all backgrounds and all walks of life.
Tracy is a Provisionally Licensed Mental Health Practitioner in the state of Nebraska. She received a M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Bellevue University and a B.S. in Family Science from University of Nebraska-Omaha. She is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision.
More About Tracy
From a young age, I have been drawn to the helping field. This unwavering interest in understanding and helping others navigate the challenges of life has led me to pursue a career as a therapist. As a therapist, my primary goal is to create a safe and non-judgmental space for individuals to explore their thoughts, feelings, and experiences. I aspire to develop meaningful and trusting therapeutic relationships with my clients, recognizing that each person's journey is unique and deserving of personalized attention and care.
Another important aspect of my personal interest as a therapist is a commitment to cultural sensitivity and inclusivity. I recognize the diverse backgrounds and life experiences that clients may bring to the therapeutic process. My goal is to cultivate an open-minded and respectful environment that celebrates individual differences and acknowledges the impact of culture and identity on mental health.
Lastly, I am interested in teaching future counselors, getting involved in mental health advocacy, and community education. I hope to reach more people who may be struggling and offer them the support and resources they need.