Grace Hallock, LPC
Hey there! I’m Grace–wife, mom to twin toddlers, cancer and childhood trauma survivor, counselor, and ultimately a Christ follower. I’ve had a lifelong struggle with anxiety, depression, shame, perfectionism, and PTSD. I know first hand how debilitating and just plain sucky these issues are–and spoiler alert–I still don’t have everything “figured out” BUT I sure know how to navigate them better by being diligent about my own healing journey. I’ve encountered some incredible healers along the way that taught me to advocate for myself, take a holistic approach to my health, and trust that God is the ultimate healer.
I’ve found deep fulfillment in helping others find paths to healing by identifying triggers, exploring family systems, working through negative experiences, improving relationships, setting boundaries and cultivating a strong sense of self worth. I take a very holistic approach and target mind, body, and spirit–focusing on overall health and well being. But first and foremost, my goal is to build honest, trustworthy relationships with my clients, and with that, we can move mountains.
I received my Bachelors in Psychology from the University of Tennessee in 2009 and completed my Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Trevecca Nazarene University in 2017. I have training in EMDR, the Enneagram, attachment modalities, and some experiential techniques. I’m a bit of a unicorn as I’ve lived in the Nashville area most of my life and have a love/hate relationship with how fast it’s growing. I’m an old soul that hates technology and likes alone time…James Taylor is my jam. Quality time is my love language so you can most often find me spending time with my family and friends, trying to cook new things, and reading half a dozen books at a time (and probably not actually finishing them for months). So looking forward to meeting you!