Stacie Woodland is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Manhattan. She has deep expertise in the areas of trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder, pet loss, and compassion fatigue among social workers and those who care for animals.
Stacie specializes in helping clients recover from childhood trauma. She integrates mindfulness practices and supportive therapy to allow clients to express their emotions and overcome complex, developmental trauma. She is highly passionate about creating a safe space to provide psychoeducation and help clients work through deep-seated emotions in a productive way.
Additionally, Stacie specializes in working with clients who have experienced the loss of a pet, aiding in the grieving and recovery process to allow for a sense of closure. She also works extensively with individuals experiencing compassion fatigue, including social workers who have worked closely with victims of trauma, veterinarians, and animal shelter workers. She has given trainings and talks at animal shelters and is an advocate for mental health among this community.
In addition to her private practice, Stacie is an Adjunct Professor of Psychology at Touro College in New York City. She has also provided trainings on trauma, psychological development, and borderline personality disorders to non-profit organizations across the New York City area. Stacie received her Masters in Clinical Social Work from New York University, and her Bachelor’s in Psychology and Dance from Hampshire College, where she conducted research on eating disorders in dancers for her thesis.