Stacie Quigley Cormier, MACP,
Stacie Quigley Cormier, MACP, LCT, CCC
Licensed Counselling Therapist
Stacie Quigley Cormier has over 17 years of experience supporting people with their mental health and emotional health needs. She has a BA in Psychology and a Masters in Counseling Psychology and uses her vast experience in counselling sessions with families, couples and individuals.
Stacie specializes in family dynamics, neurodiversity and the effects of stress and trauma on cognitive processes and the nervous system. Her approach is warm and welcoming and consists of trauma-informed and evidence-based therapeutic approaches such as Gottman Method Couples Therapy (Level 2), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy and Mindfulness-Based Therapies.
Stacie is trained in SACCADE, an approach specifically developed to support autistic individuals and their families with internal processing, communication and psychosocial goals. She has also taken courses offered by Dr. Temple Grandin, world renowned specialist in autism.
Stacie is currently working toward her certification in Somatic Experiencing (SE): a body-oriented therapeutic model that helps resolve traumatic shock and stress stored within the body, and has success in treating trauma, PTSD and other stress disorders. The SE approach considers the whole body and how it is affected by stress as it was developed as a result of a multidisciplinary study of the effects of stress through disciplines such as psychology, neuroscience, physiology and biology, etiology, indigenous healing practices, and medical biophysics.
She is a member of the College of Counselors Therapists of New Brunswick and has been part of the Mind at Peace Center’s team since it opened in 2018.