Stacey Annand, PhD, LMFT
Stacey Annand holds a PhD in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in pre- and perinatal psychology and concentration in somatic psychology. As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Stacey has worked primarily with a focus on parent-infant attachment and early childhood mental health, preventive and reparative parenting, developmental trauma and adversity across the lifespan, and families impacted by substance use disorders and interpersonal violence. She embraces a relationship-based, holistic model of care and considers concerns impacting or impairing overall functioning from a place of curiosity. Stacey is trained in EMDR, Mentalization-Based Treatment, Circle of Security, and recently earned her Perinatal Mental Health Certification. Since 2009, Stacey has and continues to work in various clinical roles at ParentCare Family Recovery Center and is the current Clinical Supervisor for ADAPT, an adult behavioral health program providing community-based peripartum mental health services. Stacey’s professional interests have naturally shifted from providing direct services to facilitating inter-program reflective consultations and conversations with all frontline providers, tending to workplace dynamics, the influence of provider lived experience, and implementing integrative standards of practice, self-care and meaning making when working with individuals and families with complex needs, within an ever-changing larger system of care.