LACEY HANCOCK, LCMHC
"Finding help and resources for yourself, your struggling child, teen or family member can be overwhelming. I offer a safe, caring and comfortable environment for children, adolescents and adults to experience the therapeutic process of healing and changing for the better.

I have experience treating a wide array of issues including, emotional issues, behavior issues, trauma, low self-esteem, abuse, addictions and relationship challenges . I am passionate about understanding life's challenges and the complexities it entails. My straight forward approach quickly helps individuals learn healthy coping skills, discover new behaviors and develop a positive life outlook."

Lacey Hancock, LCMHC is an individual and family therapist who enjoys working with all types of people. She likes helping others with life's problems and frustrations, in order to find peace of mind, stability, healthy relationships and joy in this life. Lacey has extensive training in relationships, depression, anxiety and mood disorders. She is excellent at helping anyone improve their communication skills. Her clients have experienced effective results in their lives after therapy. She is always on the lookout for the newest types of therapies and always searching for the most effective treatment options, in order to maximize the time spent with a client.

Lacey is also passionate about the family system and enjoys helping children and teens overcome their problems by creating a safe and caring environment where they discover new behaviors, learn healthy coping skills, and develop a positive life outlook. Lacey is very in tune with the individual needs of children/teens and can adjust easily to the child's unique pace and needs.

Lacey in a Clinical Mental Health Counselor. She holds a Master's Degree in Mental Health Counseling from the Univeristy of Phoenix and a Bachelor's Degree in Behavioral Science from Utah Valley University. Lacey practices in the Salt Lake County location.
SPECIALTIES:
Anxiety, Depression, ADHD, Parenting Issues, Women's Issues, Body Image Dissatisfaction, Self-Esteem/Confidence Issues, Family Conflict, Adoption Related Issues, Attachment Disorders, "Spirited" Children Issues, Social Anxiety, Life Adjustments, Grief& Loss, Divorce Issues, Trauma and Abuse, Postpartum Depression, Mood Disorders, Substance Abuse, PTSD, Stress Management
PRIMARY MODALITIES:
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Neurofeedback Therapy (NFB), Solution-Focused Therapy, Motivational Interviewing (MI), Internal Family Systems (IFS), Mindfulness, Person-Centered Therapy, Play Therapy
RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Christmas Tips for Divorced Parents |  Fox13′s The PLACE

Therapist Lacey Hancock, MA, ACMHC shares tips for divorced parents on how they can help their children survive the holidays.

<p><a href="http://www.ksl.com/?sid=37573694&nid=1009&title=3-ways-to-survive-winter-break-with-your-kids&s_cid=queue-9"><b>3 Ways to Survive Winter Break with Your Kids </b></a> |  KSL.com</p><p>By <a href="http://www.lifestonecenter.com/lacey-hancock.php">Lacey Hancock, MA, ACMHC</a></p><p>Amidst all the magic and excitement Christmas brings, you may find 
yourself wondering how you are going to survive two whole weeks of a 
messy house, busy kitchen and nonstop chaos. Here are three tools to 
help parents manage free time with their kids during the holidays. <a href="http://www.ksl.com/?sid=37573694&nid=1009&title=3-ways-to-survive-winter-break-with-your-kids&s_cid=queue-9">Read more…</a></p>

3 Ways to Survive Winter Break with Your Kids |  KSL.com

By Lacey Hancock, MA, ACMHC

Amidst all the magic and excitement Christmas brings, you may find yourself wondering how you are going to survive two whole weeks of a messy house, busy kitchen and nonstop chaos. Here are three tools to help parents manage free time with their kids during the holidays. Read more…

<p><a href="http://www.ksl.com/?sid=37767031&nid=1009&title=7-tips-for-divorced-parents-to-make-the-holidays-easier&s_cid=queue-7"><b>7 Tips for Divorced Parents to Make the Holidays Easier </b></a>|  KSL.com</p><p>By <a href="http://www.lifestonecenter.com/lacey-hancock.php">Lacey Hancock, MA, ACMHC</a></p><p>Why are the holidays so stressful for children of divorce? Emotions run 
high for children this time of year. The pressure of having to deal with
 two households of stress is enough for any child to buckle. They feel 
it times two. <a href="http://www.ksl.com/?sid=37767031&nid=1009&title=7-tips-for-divorced-parents-to-make-the-holidays-easier&s_cid=queue-7">Read more…</a><br/></p>

7 Tips for Divorced Parents to Make the Holidays Easier |  KSL.com

By Lacey Hancock, MA, ACMHC

Why are the holidays so stressful for children of divorce? Emotions run high for children this time of year. The pressure of having to deal with two households of stress is enough for any child to buckle. They feel it times two. Read more…

<p><a href="http://www.ksl.com/index.php?nid=1009&sid=34328599">5 Ways to Connect with Your Daughter</a>  |  KSL.com</p><p>By <a href="http://www.lifestonecenter.com/lacey-hancock.php">Lacey Hancock, MA, ACMHC</a><br/></p><p>As parents, we are always striving to help our child feel loved. But life gets messy, busy, complicated and oftentimes frustrating. On those days, here are five small acts you can do to stay connected with your daughter. Read more…</p>

5 Ways to Connect with Your Daughter  |  KSL.com

By Lacey Hancock, MA, ACMHC

As parents, we are always striving to help our child feel loved. But life gets messy, busy, complicated and oftentimes frustrating. On those days, here are five small acts you can do to stay connected with your daughter. Read more…

<p><a href="http://www.ksl.com/?sid=33363509&nid=1010&title=9-relationship-tips-from-the-pros&s_cid=queue-18">9 Relationship Tips From the Pros</a> |  KSL.com</p><p>By Life Stone Counseling Couples Specialists</p><p>With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, many people are thinking about their relationships. Learn how to keep the romance alive and your relationship happy and healthy all year long with these tips from some of Utah’s couples therapists. <a href="http://www.ksl.com/?sid=33363509&nid=1010&title=9-relationship-tips-from-the-pros&s_cid=queue-18">Read more…</a><br/></p>

9 Relationship Tips From the Pros |  KSL.com

By Life Stone Counseling Couples Specialists

With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, many people are thinking about their relationships. Learn how to keep the romance alive and your relationship happy and healthy all year long with these tips from some of Utah’s couples therapists. Read more…

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"We have been very pleased with the progress our child has made while receiving treatment from Lacey. It is wonderful as a mom to have someone there to support your child (and family) as they learn new life skills that make it possible for them to accomplish and excel in things that once seemed so difficult." -Female, 34

"Lacey is awesome. She is easy to talk to. I like coming to see her every week." -Female,15

“I’ve been very pleased with my daughter’s progress since she started seeing Lacey. She has a way of engaging her and letting her feel comfortable trying new activities that build her confidence and self-esteem. She has also given out family wonderful suggestions for things to try at home that have made our daily lives much more pleasant." -Female, 37

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