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Hi, I'm Stacey

Stacey Bramley Carleton, MA, LPC, PMH-C

 A Psychotherapist, Somatic EMDR Trained Therapist, Certified Perinatal Mental Health Therapist, and Trauma Informed Yoga Therapist in Longmont, CO. I received my Master's in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology from Naropa University and I'm a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Colorado. Transpersonal Counseling Psychology focuses on a holistic view of health and wellness, techniques of mindfulness and awareness, and honors the unique path and journey of each individual.

I'm a Certified Perinatal Mental Health Therapist (PMH-C) trained in Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders, Advanced Perinatal Mental Health, and Advanced Practice of EMDR Therapy for Perinatal & Infant Mental Health. I strive to be an advocate to increase awareness of perinatal mental health and symptoms that arise within the perinatal experience. With this comes the importance of seeking professional and social support. I'm dedicated to supporting birthing people and families navigate and heal from symptoms and experiences resulting from preconception, fertility and infertility journey, pregnancy, through the years after giving birth and beyond. 

As a Somatic EMDR Trained Therapist and integrate this modality and orientation into my practice and work with clients. EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) is a therapy used to resolve traumatic memories by changing the way a memory is stored in the brain and the felt sense experience in the body. We are whole and adaptive beings, and EMDR helps support the natural healing process that exists within us all. Somatic EMDR focuses on containment, resourcing, desensitization, processing, and mobilization to move through challenging memories, sensations, and negative beliefs about self. 

I am a Certified Trauma Informed Yoga Therapist (TIYT) through Sundara Yoga Therapy. Trauma Informed Yoga Therapy uses movement, breath, neurophysiology, and Eastern teachings to support the re-wiring of neural pathways in the brain to help resolve traumatic memories and activate the parasympathetic nervous system, our "rest and digest" system.

And I'm a Mother. Becoming as mother has transformed me to depths of the beyond. First and foremost, I birthed teachers, and wow have I learned so much from my children.  Their little souls have asked me to step into myself and be with all parts of me; to meet and reparent younger parts; to develop resource refugees' within myself; to sit in the discomfort of not knowing and wanting to oh so badly know the answers and how to fix it; and to FEEL, so abundantly. They have invited me to get very present and attuned within myself (they always know when I'm distracted), and they have asked me to become present and available to them, to slow down in this fast world, and let life be messy and dirty. I'm still very much in practice with this process through my own work with my therapist, and leaning into my supports and community.  


I strive to provide a nurturing and safe framework to support the development of the therapeutic relationship. With a secure foundation, the exploration and practice of presence, attunement, and 'staying with' occurs to help individuals regulate in session and outside of session.  The therapeutic process unfolds, shifts, and grows over time. The therapeutic relationship serves as a container for healing to occur. 

 In addition, my life is filled with spending time with my husband, being a mama to our son and daughter; listening to live music; cooking; visiting parks and open spaces; sunshine and moving my body; connecting with family and friends; traveling; and enjoying the outdoors. 

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