Gracie Mullins, M.MFT
Making the choice to change isn’t easy and I see it as a privilege to sit with others as they discover new, healthier ways of living. My favorite part about being a therapist is getting to know my clients. Each person is unique and I learn something new each session. The opportunity to serve my clients is meaningful to me and my hope is to create a safe and sacred environment for people to process and heal. It’s an honor to take part in such a difficult, yet beautiful process.
M.MFT, Lipscomb University
B.A., Human Development & Family Science, Samford University
I began my career in the mental health field working as an intern in community outreach settings, providing support for clients with eating disorders and serving at foster care placement agencies.
My early experiences as a therapist included working in agency settings where I provided individual, couple, and family therapy to a diverse clientele covering a wide range of clinical issues.
My clinical interests include couple and family therapy, identity formation in women and adolescent girls, parenting issues, child attachment, divorce adjustment, life transitions, self-esteem, body image, depression, and anxiety.
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