Grace Copeland, MA LPC

Grace Copeland, MA LPC

West County Staff Counselor

Grace Copeland graduated with her Masters of Arts in Counseling from Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri. After completing both a practicum and an internship at New Hope Counseling Services, she was hired by New Hope to continue to care for her clients before moving back to her hometown, Memphis where she worked at Heartlife Professional Soul Care.

Grace deeply values seeing the individual value of each person she has the privilege of sitting with. Grace believes that relationships are the vehicles to change-relationships with others, self and ultimately God. She thinks it is an honor to be able to encourage, advise and walk alongside individuals and families as they do the hard work of change. Because Grace believes that change happens in relationships, she seeks to make each person feel seen, known and to create an environment where all feel safe. Grace works primarily with children, adolescents and women who are struggling with things like anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, parenting issues, social skills and life transitions. Grace’s therapeutic approach is full of empathy and practical solutions. Although she leans towards a cognitive-behavioral orientation, Grace tailors her approach based on the needs of the client. She seeks to use creative forms of therapy, bringing art, games and movement whenever it is helpful.

Grace enjoys spending time with her husband and two kids. She loves to craft, read, go on outdoor adventures and try new recipes. Grace is passionate about living in community with others and dedicates her time to fostering an inviting home where people feel loved and cared for.

Grace has experience and training in the following areas: Anxiety, Depression, Attachment Issues, Grief, Trauma, Children & Teen Issues, Relational Difficulties, Life Transitions, Emotion Regulation