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Vessels of Compassion Therapy Center

understands that life can often be challenging and hard to navigate, but we believe that everyone has the strength and resilience to grow, change, and live a more satisfying life. Seeking counseling and support can help you tap into that inner strength to begin making the changes you have always wanted.

Therapy can be tough, and often requires times of uncomfortable self-searching, and honest conversation. For this reason, VOCTC make it a priority to create a space where you can feel comfortable and open to share. Ultimately, our goals are to help you reach your goals in a supportive, non-judgmental, and compassionate space where you feel safe.

Before beginning psychotherapy, most patients wonder, “Can therapy really help me to feel better?”
The short answer to that question is, “Yes!” However, the most important factor to ensuring successful treatment
is the quality of the therapeutic relationship you have with your therapist.

Hello! I am Tracy Boatmon, LMSW, CCTP

Licensed Clinical Master Social Worker and Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) with over 9 years of experience providing treatment to those impacted by trauma and various stress related issues. I have experience working with adolescents, adults, youth in foster care, adoptive families, and persons with various disabilities. 

My focus is providing my clients with a safe space to reflect, heal, grow, and thrive.  I do believe that my gift of compassion for the wounded, as well as my clinical expertise,
will help you on your path to healing. Allow me to travel on this journey with you to help you discover your purpose and just how strong and resilient you are!

My spiritual training and background enable me to have a unique capacity to treat those seeking a Christian based therapeutic approach. I can help you understand the scripture and apply it to your daily life, while helping you to replace negative self-talk with positive messaging about your self-worth, confidence, and self-esteem.

VOCTC does not limit service delivery based on faith, or lack thereof and makes no determination of service based on age, ethnicity, gender, creed, religion, or sexual preference. With experience serving people of various backgrounds, all are welcome!

Our Values

Virtual Sessions are available as they provide you with flexibility, safety, and the opportunity to meet you exactly where you are.

If you are ready, contact us today!

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