Tracey Middleton, D.PSc, MEd, is an EFT Expert who is also trained in Nonviolent Communication. She is skilled in an array of techniques that draw from traditional Western psychology. Tracey also teaches the Law of Attraction and uses a holistic, client-centered and strength-based approach with a specialization in trauma. A consummate professional, she strives for clinical excellence and continues to enhance her skills through ongoing education and training. Tracey is passionate about her work as a therapist, educator and peace advocate. She has been deeply engaged in the Soul Medicine Institute’s Stress Project led by Dawson Church, teaching Veterans EFT as a means of addressing a variety of issues related to Combat Stress. The phenomenal success of this program has been quite an inspiration to her.
Tracey enjoys working with a diverse population that includes those who are experiencing incarceration, homelessness and mental illness. She brings to her work the belief that anyone can heal so long as there is a desire and commitment to change. She also works from the understanding that “the heart is the way to our Divine Soul Self.”
As a therapist, teacher and activist, Tracey is helping people to tap into their own power to bring forth and realize their deepest hearts’ desires. She teaches us that “Higher self-esteem, love and acceptance are natural manifestations of successfully tapping into our True Self.” She also teaches us how to move from individual to collective healing. As we awaken to our true selves, we become aware of our oneness with each other and the earth. With this awareness, we can collaborate with others in co-creating peaceful, abundant, thriving communities throughout the world.
Tracey currently lives in Glen Burnie and works in Baltimore City. She is available for individual and couples’ counseling as well as organizational consultations and workshops.
Tracey is also a researcher working with Vets with Combat Stress at StressProject.org