Dr. Constance Clancy, LMHC, LPC, NCC, EdD
Community Education Speaker
Dr. Constance Clancy, LMHC, LPC, NCC, EdD

Dr. Constance Clancy is a holistic and behavioral health practitioner and practices as a licensed psychotherapist, certified hypnotherapist, and Life Enhancement Coach using the BrainStyles System. Constance is the author of The Gift of Change: Embracing Challenges Today for a Promising Tomorrow;Balboa Press, 2013. Her latest book publication is In the Nick of Time: Rising to Resilience from the Depths of Betrayal, Palmetto Publishing, 2020.

Constance has a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Indiana State University, Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Sam Houston State University, and a Doctorate degree in Educational Administration from Nova Southeastern University.

Constance has a private counseling practice in Aspen, Colorado and serves her clients offering healthy coping techniques on managing stress and anxiety and is a holistic stress management instructor. She facilitates clients in overcoming depression, Anger Management, EMDR for trauma, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), women in transition, and hypnotherapy. She facilitates a number of retreats throughout the country on stress management, healing from trauma and betrayal and learning resilience.

Constance has been practicing since 1990 and comes from Sanibel/Captiva Island, Florida, where she worked as a director of an outpatient clinic affiliated with Charter Glade Hospital, and she maintained a private counseling practice in Fort Myers and Sanibel Island, Florida for 25 years. She is a newspaper columnist and continues to write weekly columns on health and wellness topics.

Constance serves on the Administrative Board of the Aspen Chapel and volunteers with the Aspen Valley Hospital Pet Therapy program with her yellow lab Archie.

  1. LMHC
  2. LPC
  3. NCC
  4. EdD
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