Tracy-Gantlin-Monroy - Licensed Professional Counselor/Psychotherapist

Tracy Gantlin-Monroy – Licensed Counselor/Psychotherapist

Tracy Gantlin-Monroy, MDiv, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor/Psychotherapist

Tracy Gantlin-Monroy, MDiv, LPC, affectionately called TG, is a Licensed Professional Counselor/Psychotherapist, IFS (Internal Family Systems) trained, SE (Somatic Experiencing) trained, and a Certified Brainspotting Practitioner/Consultant/Trainer located in Atlanta, GA.

Tracy is the first, Black female Brainspotting trainer in the world. She works from a somatic, brain-wise orientation recognizing the importance of brain/body work for the healing of trauma.

Tracy is a fierce proponent of social justice, soul care, mental health, and behavioral health and is dedicated to not only treating/providing care/support to public figures, helping professionals, athletes, individuals, couples, adolescents, young adults, family systems, and groups but also psycho-educating them about the issues affecting their quality of life.

Along with training Brainspotting Phase 1 and Brainspotting Phase 2, she developed the training Brainspotting: Intersectionality & Social Justice.

Tracy is the midwife to the BIPOC Brainspotting community. She is the host and creator of “UnBound Black Women Healing Retreat” in Cancun, Mexico in 2023 (July 20-24). The retreat is curated for Black-identifying women to include Biracial women of Black descent.

Tracy serves a diversified caseload comprised of Blacks, Whites, and Hispanics predominantly, with an equal amount of marginalized and dominant cultured clients alike to include LGBT-friendly. 15% of Tracy’s caseload is comprised of “helping professionals” recognizing the need to “do their work.”

It is always fascinating to receive requests for services from counterparts and quite humbling, to say the least.

Tracy is adamant about the highest level of care holding space for actualization and impartation from an informed perspective while taking into account humanness.

Tracy recognizes interactions must be an engagement of respect, mutuality, reciprocity, love, and kindness with the awareness of we all have a process, narrative, and an innate desire to be better regardless of notoriety, socio-economic and or socio-political orientation.

Tracy is passionate about trauma healing, inclusion, diversity, love, social justice, and humanity.

Tracy is the owner of Grace Community Counseling & Social Services, LLC located at
777 Cleveland Ave. SW
Suite 301
Atlanta, GA 30315
P: 678-508-3552
To book a session:

See our full podcast interview below: