Tracey Lipp is a registered Clinical Social Worker with over 30 years of experience working with children and families in a variety of settings including children’s mental health, developmental services, service system navigation, child welfare, community development and alternative dispute resolution.
Tracey received her Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) from King’s University College in 1992 and her Master of Social Work from King’s University College in 2011. Tracey proudly received the Mary Lou Karley award for excellence in Social Work practice and leadership at the completion of her Master’s program.
Tracey opened a private practice in 2011 and began offering individual, couple and family counselling, mediation and parenting coordination services. Tracey has been offering New Ways for Families® (NWFF®) counselling services since 2010.
Currently, Tracey’s diverse practice includes EAP services, On-line, telephone and video counselling as well as Equine Assisted Mental Health Therapy. An initial (complimentary) consultation is available to determine a plan of service.