Meet Our Therapists

An Elite Team of Professionals Serving Your Counseling & Therapy Needs in Prescott

We invite you to learn more about our dedicated, professional team of therapists. We welcome the opportunity to meet with you, your family, teens and children at our counseling clinic in Prescott. Our therapists are compassionate, patient, and listen to the important things are clients have to say. They desire to help their clients succeed in this journey of life, understanding that events, circumstances, relationships, failures, etc., can be roadblocks to achieving a healthy, joyful, purposeful life.

Our therapists come with years of experience through diligent schooling, practicums and trainings to ensure qualified professional help is available to you and your loved ones to lovingly guide the healing process.

The therapists at Grace & Peace are constantly wanted to improve their services for their clients. There is a growing world of knowledge in this field that better helps them to learn more appropriate and fitting modalities of therapies to help every individual succeed in their journey to grace and peace.

Areas of Expertise:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Eating Disorders
  • Co-parenting / Blended Families
  • Parenting
  • Behavioral Disorders
  • Marriage Counseling
  • Trauma

  • Anger Management
  • ADHD
  • Co-dependency
  • Chronic Illness
  • Co-occurring Disorders
  • Christ Centered Counseling
  • Christian Youth Counseling


About Stephanie

A passionate, therapeutic approach to help you live authentic and free

I am a graduate from the University of Wisconsin with a degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Abilene Christian University. Over the last 10 years, I have lived out my passion for assisting people to heal and develop authentic connections with “Self”  which led me to work with adolescents, young adults, couples and families.

My professional counseling background is in developmental trauma, family systems, and cognitive behavioral theoretical perspectives. I have diverse experience as a therapist, transition coach and clinical supervisor, where I was involved in transitioning adolescents home after completing treatment, implementing a trauma informed based approach, providing individual, couple, family and group therapy.

I believe developing trust and rapport with clients provides a safe therapeutic setting for the healing to begin. Therapy should not be a lifelong journey, when you treat the root, you treat the symptoms that are getting in your way of living in the present–authentic and free.  With motivation, a safe therapeutic space and someone to guide you, you can break the patterns that are not working in your life.

I have a passionate commitment to personal integrity, excellence, and a mission to invest in the success of adolescents, couples and families.  It would be a privilege to work with you and your family as you find healing.

Blessings,
Stephanie Rosebaugh


Training & Credentials
License Marriage and Family Therapist
Certified Daring Way Trainer – Brené Brown Shame Resiliency
EMDR trained
Certified Positive Discipline Facilitator
Level 1 Trained Gottman Couples Therapy​


About Kyle

Christ centered counseling to experience peace and freedom

Kyle has significant experience working with adolescents, marriages, family systems and work place systems. Kyle will help you identify and achieve practical and realistic goals that meet you and your family’s needs. Individuals, couples and families are all welcome. From individual needs such as anxiety, depression, complacency, and low self-esteem to family issues such as behavioral outbursts, poor communication, lack of trust or connection, betrayal, and fighting, Kyle will help you and your loved ones find the peace and connection that you crave with each other.

Kyle received his bachelors degree in Family Studies from Abilene Christian University. He received a masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from ACU, is a Clinical Fellow of the American Association for MFTs, has a certificate of practice management for crisis intervention, EMDR basic training, and is a PREPARE/ENRICH certified counselor.

Sometimes life can feel very difficult. You are not alone in these times. Reaching out for help can be what saves your marriage, family, child or yourself. It would be an honor to walk alongside you and your loved ones as you battle tough life circumstances. Please feel free to call with any questions and I will be happy to speak with you.

Blessings,
Kyle Rosebaugh


About Tracey

Working with you to achieve a hopeful and bright outcome

My approach to therapy is to join with clients where they are, provide a safe place for them to share the issue(s) of which brings them to therapy, and to explore ways they may experience life in a happier, more meaningful way. Developing positive communication skills and working toward strengthening relationships is a primary focus.

I have 14 years case management experience working with adults, and their families, dealing with substance abuse/mental health issues. My primary objectives were assisting them in making positive changes in their lives, making better choices, and developing new coping skills.

After having completed all coursework through Northcentral University for a master’s degree in marriage and family therapy, specializing in general family therapy, I am currently working on accruing the required clinical hours for licensure in the State of Arizona.

​Blessings,
Tracey Small


About Stacie

Helping you reach your goals with experience and knowledge

Stacie has a wide range of counseling experience including: marriage and family difficulties, abuse, neglect, anxiety, depression, mood and personality disorders, complex trauma, childhood trauma, and body image issues. She is a certified clinical trauma professional. As a professional Christian counselor, Stacie is trained, experienced, and committed to draw from Biblical truths and approaches, as well as apply knowledge from clinical empirical research, processes of brain development, and neuroscience in treatment planning with her clients. She has also developed and taught curriculum for couples in crisis, developed programming for substance abuse treatment and recovery, led support groups, and is a seminar guest speaker. Stacie earned her Ph.D. in Christian counseling.

Blessings,
Dr. Stacie Brown