Tracie Morrison Salmon, LPC, LMFT, LCDC, specializes in individual, couples
and family therapy, and maintains a private practice in Dallas, Texas.
over 28 years experience as a Licensed Professional Counselor, she is
currently serving as a private practitioner and loves working with a broad
spectrum of clients. Her referral base is mainly from happy, satisfied
clients who have learned tools for improving their lives.
Tracie grew up in Arlington, Texas. Graduating from Lamar High School in the
top of her class in 1981, she attended Texas A&M University where she
was a Pre-Med major and a Varsity Diver on the swim team. Transferring to
Auburn University in 1983 on an athletic Scholarship, she graduated with a
Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Psychology, Cum Laude.
Tracie went on to earn her Masters and graduated from Southwestern Baptist
Theological Seminary in 1988 with a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family
Counseling. She wanted to have a balance between the psychological and the
spiritual as she counseled people. She feels balance is a key to happiness
in life. After graduating she spent her time getting licensed as a
Professional Counselor and specializing in Marriage and Family Therapy as
well as Addiction. Tracie feels it is important to have a broad base when
counseling people, but also have some areas of specialization, which is why
she became Licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist, and a Licensed
Chemical Dependency Counselor.
Tracie enjoys counseling individuals, couples, and families. She has been in
private practice since 1991 and owned her own business in Arlington,
Psychiatric Associates of Arlington, until 2004, when she moved her practice
to Dallas to be closer to her home and children. She is a solo practitioner
who utilizes all aspects of the mental health field in her practice,
including psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and other counselors
I have been divorced and raised children in a blended family, suffered from
infertility, miscarriages, and experienced the range of emotions that
accompany traumatic experiences. Blessed with two motivated and disciplined
kids who became collegiate athletes and are on their own now, I am happy
and energetic and bring this energy and balance to my practice. I also
enjoy running, weights, reading, painting (and hang my artwork in my
office), dancing, and all water and snow sports.
I am an interactive, solution-focused therapist. My therapeutic approach
is to provide support and practical feedback as a directive therapist to
help you effectively address personal life challenges. I integrate
complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized
approach tailored to you. With compassion and understanding, I work with
you to help build on your strengths and attain the personal growth you
are committed to accomplishing. If you are interested in more information
about my services, feel free to call me at 214-535-5354.
Texas A&M University 1981-1983, Pre-Med
Auburn University 1983-1986, B.S. in Medical Psychology
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary 1986-1988, M.A.M.F.C., Masters in
Marriage and Family Counseling
LPC, Licensed Professional Counselor, 1991-Present
LMFT, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, 1993-Present
LCDC, Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, 1993-Present
Board Certified in Professional Counseling
Member of The American Psychotherapy Association
Mental Health Technician, 1980-1981, 1986-1988
Counselor for Non-profit agency, Parenting Guidance Center, 1988-1990
Program Director for Adolescents and Children, For Profit, Twin Lakes
Private Practice, Psychiatric Associates of Arlington, in Arlington (PAA),
Private Practice, President/ Owner of Psychiatric Associates of Arlington,
Private Practice/PAA moved to Dallas in 2004 to Present.
Tracie keeps current with over 40 hours of continuing education every two