tracy-eckert-headshot-blog“I realized in first grade I was destined to go into mental health and social services when I saw a first grade classmate bullied by an older student. I considered studying theater or communications in college, but knew I had a deeply rooted passion to help people. I started at Sound as a clinical consultant and quickly realized I loved the culture and energy – it is both respectful and fun. In our team meetings, we are able to access a wealth of creativity and talent in a safe and supportive learning environment and, in turn, deliver results through services while uplifting the community.”

Tracy Eckert joined the Sound Community team in September 2015 as a training consultant and is now the Senior Director of Clinical Services, where she oversees all clinical practices within the agency. Tracy brings a Masters in Counseling from The University of Saint Joseph, and holds licenses in Connecticut as a Professional Counselor and Alcohol/Drug Counselor and a Certified Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Instructor. Motivational interviewing, EMDR, ART, stress management, and critical incident stress debriefing are a small representation of Tracy’s clinical skills. Tracy’s notable past work experience includes a private practice, clinical supervision of a community response team, and critical incident stress debriefing for victims and first responders. The joy, honor, dignity, and commitment Tracy’s leadership brings to her team is an irreplaceable asset to our agency.

“In my spare time I enjoy reading lighthearted mystery books, and Janet Evanovich is my absolute favorite. I discovered my love for dogs 7 years ago, with the addition of a Havanese puppy, Lola, that my husband, children and I adore. I am the Queen of Halloween, very theatrical, I love planning events and dancing. We live in a town house to minimize yard work and ironically my husband has a 1950s farm tractor, brush hog, wood pile, and I have a huge garden of vegetables.”

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“I realized in first grade I was destined to go into mental health and social services when I saw a first grade classmate bullied by an older student. I considered studying theater or communications in college, but knew I had a deeply rooted passion to help people. I started at Sound as a clinical consultant and quickly realized I loved the culture and energy – it is both respectful and fun. In our team meetings, we are able to access a wealth of creativity and talent in a safe and supportive learning environment and, in turn, deliver results through services while uplifting the community.”

Tracy Eckert joined the Sound Community team in September 2015 as a training consultant and is now the Senior Director of Clinical Services, where she oversees all clinical practices within the agency. Tracy brings a Masters in Counseling from The University of Saint Joseph, and holds licenses in Connecticut as a Professional Counselor and Alcohol/Drug Counselor and a Certified Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Instructor. Motivational interviewing, EMDR, ART, stress management, and critical incident stress debriefing are a small representation of Tracy’s clinical skills. Tracy’s notable past work experience includes a private practice, clinical supervision of a community response team, and critical incident stress debriefing for victims and first responders. The joy, honor, dignity, and commitment Tracy’s leadership brings to her team is an irreplaceable asset to our agency.

“In my spare time I enjoy reading lighthearted mystery books, and Janet Evanovich is my absolute favorite. I discovered my love for dogs 7 years ago, with the addition of a Havanese puppy, Lola, that my husband, children and I adore. I am the Queen of Halloween, very theatrical, I love planning events and dancing. We live in a town house to minimize yard work and ironically my husband has a 1950s farm tractor, brush hog, wood pile, and I have a huge garden of vegetables.”


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