Stacey W. Farmer M.A., D.Min, L.P.C.
Stacey Farmer is a Licensed Professional Counselor who joined the staff of the Minirth Clinic (now known as Hope Speaks) in 1999 as a therapist after receiving her Master of Arts in counseling from Dallas Theological Seminary. She also holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Texas in Austin.
Stacey’s outpatient clinical practice includes individual, marriage, and family counseling. She enjoys coming alongside clients who have a wide variety of presenting problems such as Depression, Anxiety, Grief, Codependency, Relationship and Family of Origin issues (i.e. survivors of childhood abuse, adult children of alcoholics, and other difficulties related to growing up in a dysfunctional family).
Stacey respects her clients and their physical, emotional, spiritual, and social needs. She works with them in a collaborative manner to help them achieve their goals. In 2006 she went back to school in order to learn how to help clients who not only wanted traditional counseling approaches, but also desired inner healing prayer as part of the counseling process. She received a Doctor of Ministry in Formational Counseling in 2009 and has since incorporated formational prayer into her practice for clients who desire such support.
In addition to her counseling practice, Stacey enjoys the outdoors and adventure. She and her husband are actively involved in a local Bible Church. She leads workshops and speaks on a variety of topics related to emotional and spiritual health.
1200 E. Collins Blvd., Suite 300,
Richardson, Texas 75081
Monday - Friday 8AM - 5PM