Tracey Tindall is a Licensed Social Worker in the state of Ohio. She earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in social work from Miami University, Oxford. Tracey has worked with children and their families enduring crisis and trauma in the field as a child forensic interviewer, sexual assault advocate, and working with teens in the juvenile detention center. In addition to this work, Tracey is a visiting instructor at Miami University, Oxford, and a guest lecturer at the University of Cincinnati. She also attends countless trainings in these areas to stay up to date on the most cutting edge and evidence-based treatments.
Tracey’s work in the field has given her great experience in building trust and rapport with children, teens, and families. This skill is foundational as she transitions into school-based counseling. She brings with her a passion for helping children and families and is excited about the opportunity to be able to provide longer term care and support through this new setting. Tracey hopes to help her clients reach their full potential in school and community by working as a team with their teachers and caregivers.
Besides helping children, Tracey loves to play fetch with her two pups. Ever the child advocate, she has also authored a children’s book, titled “Who Do I Tell?”. Her book opens the discussion of child abuse in an effort to protect children by letting them know it is okay to tell a trusted adult when they do not feel safe or someone has touched them in an inappropriate way.
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