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Meet Tracy

Tracy L. Bovee is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in downtown Bloomington, Illinois. She has spent the last twenty-three years devoted to social services and helping others. Tracy deeply adheres to the belief that we all want to bring our best selves into our daily lives, our families, our intimate, most sacred relationships, and our work.

The Daring Way™ Groups and Workshops

Tracy is a Certified Daring Way™ therapist and leads several group sessions based on the highly experiential methodology of Dr. Brené Brown. These groups focus on teaching skills and daily practices that transform the way you live, love, parent, and lead. Learn More

Diane Zosky

"Tracy Bovee is one of the top therapists in the Bloomington-Normal area and one of the clinicians that I feel entirely confident in referring people to. Tracy has a remarkably intuitive and gentle approach. She helps people achieve their goals and does so in a way that works with the client. Tracy works with a variety of issues and is skilled at working with both intrapersonal growth issues as well as interpersonal relationship dynamics. As a professor of social work, I have high standards for therapists regarding ethics, values, and therapeutic skills. Tracy Bovee is one of my top choices whenever I have been asked for a recommendation for a therapist in this area."

—Diane Zosky, Ph.D., ACSW, LCSW, C-PAIP


About Tracy's Practice

Therapy is a practice of showing up, bringing our stories into consciousness awareness, letting go of what doesn’t serve us, and moving forward with more clarity of what we want to manifest into our lives.

"A worthwhile psychotherapist understands that ours is a healing art that speaks to soul and spirit. What we want from the person sitting across from us is knowledge, empathy, and the ability to hear us at a depth of meaning. We want someone who has done her own personal work, so that she knows what it is like to sit in the patient's seat. We want someone who listens with head and heart and then put into words what we can hardly express. We want someone who we can trust with our life. This is Tracy Bovee."

—Scott Olbert, pastoral psychotherapist and Lutheran pastor