Stacey Dyjewski is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has been serving in the mental health field since 2010. Stacey graduated with her Master’s in Counseling Psychology from Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan and earned her Bachelor’s degree in Counseling from Rochester College, also in Michigan.
She works with both adults and adolescents working through issues including: depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, parenting and marital stressors, and self-esteem. She has cared for clients at both inpatient and outpatient levels as well as led a support group ministry for a local church while in Michigan.
Stacey is dedicated to helping others reach their full potential, believing that positive change is possible for everyone, regardless of the situation clients are currently in, or the family environment in which her clients were raised. Stacey uses an eclectic style in therapy which incorporates many approaches and tools including: Cognitive Behavioral, Narrative, Dialectical Behavioral, Motivational Interviewing, and Mindfulness. She adjusts to meet the needs of the client she is working with and can also provide counseling from a biblical worldview for those that wish to incorporate this into the session. She provides a non-judgmental and safe environment for open and honest discussion, and she desires to walk along side of her clients as they work toward reaching their goals.
Stacey was raised and lived in Michigan her entire life until moving to North Carolina in 2016 to be in the beautiful weather and to be near family that also relocated to NC. Stacey is married with two teenage children and enjoys spending her free time with family and friends, serving at church, and exploring North Carolina!
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