About

Gracie Epping

Gracie is passionate about working side-by-side with individuals, couples, and families to overcome life challenges and transitions. Through her own experiences, she recognizes that life can throw you curveballs. She often works with those struggling with grief, life transitions, anxiety, relationship issues, amongst other life stressors. Gracie is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Associate, National Certified Counselor, and Certified Trauma Professional at Never Too Late Counseling.

Gracie creates a safe space for individuals and couples to grow and heal throughout the therapeutic process. She believes counseling works best when it is a team effort and is committed to using a collaborative approach. When in session, you can expect Gracie to be empathetic, non-judgmental, and encouraging every step of the way.

When Gracie is not counseling, she enjoys spending time with her husband and their maltipoo, catching a Pilates class, and watching Alabama football. Now that you know a little bit about Gracie, she invites you to reach out to her for a free 15-minute consultation.

Education

  • B.A. Communication Studies, Minor Criminal Justice – The University of Alabama
  • M.S. Counseling and Development, Emphasis in Clinical Mental Health Counseling – Texas Woman’s University

Certifications

  • Licensed Professional Counselor-Associate  – Supervised by Katie Zuverink, LPC-S
  • National Certified Counselor
  • Certified Trauma Professional 

Getting to Know Gracie

Gracie was born and raised in Flower Mound, Texas. Upon graduation, she moved across the country to attend The University of Alabama (Roll Tide!), where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies with a minor in Criminal Justice. Since returning to Dallas, Gracie is actively working towards completing her master’s degree in Counseling and Development from Texas Woman’s University.

Gracie’s journey to counseling started at a young age; she was always eager to listen and understand everyone’s unique stories and life experiences. No matter what they were going through, she was all ears and interested to learn more.

Approach & Style

Gracie is passionate about working side-by-side with adults and adolescents to overcome life challenges and transitions. Through her own experiences, she recognizes that life can throw you curveballs. She is a Masters Level Counseling Intern and Certified Trauma Professional and interested in helping those struggling with life-transitions, college life, grief, trauma, anxiety, and relationship issues, amongst other life stressors.

Again, life can be challenging, so Gracie actively creates a safe space for individuals to grow and heal throughout the therapeutic process. She believes counseling works best when it is a team effort and is committed to using a collaborative approach, with the client, on their self-discovery journey. When in session, you can expect Gracie to be empathetic, non-judgmental, and encouraging every step of the way.

When Gracie is not at Never Too Late, she enjoys spending time with her fiancé and Maltipoo, Sophie, catching a Pilates class, and trying out all the new and fun restaurants around Dallas!

Gracie Epping

Specialties

Specialities within our Practice (included but not limited to…)

Expressive Arts Counseling

Expressive arts therapy is an integrative, multimodal approach that utilizes a variety of methods of self-expression including sand tray therapy, writing, music, visual arts, drama, and dance to help people achieve growth and self-exploration.

Grief & Loss

Grief is hard. It’s complicated. There are so many factors that go into the way we grieve including relational, historical, and societal factors. Our goal is to help you process, adjust, and find ways to stay connected to your loved one as you continue to move forward in life.

Marriage & Couples Counseling

We judge others on their actions and defend ourselves on our intent – learning to understand how to communicate and understand each other is vital, we are here to teach you how.

Life Transitions

Has life been throwing you curve balls? Life transitions are periods in life involving changes to your lifestyle. It is not uncommon to feel stressed, stuck, or anxious. Let us support you in easing the intensity of these life changes.

College Life

Coping with college is hard. You are in a time in your life where you are juggling school work, jobs, social events, and relationships. To say the least, college life is busy. We are here to support you in your journey as a college student.

ADHD

Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is typically characterized by impulsivity, inattention, and hyperactivity- sound familiar? Did you know that therapy has been proven to help individuals with this disorder gain organizational skills, self-esteem, and build healthier routines? Let us help you navigate life with ADHD!

Adolescents and Teens

Is your Kiddo or Teen struggling? We use evidenced-based practices to help your child identify, express, and work through their emotions. It’s never too late to help your child get back on a healthy path.

Contact

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