Tracy Crossley is a Behavioral Relationship Expert and Podcast Host, who specializes in treating individuals with unhealthy dating and relationship patterns. Tracy treats clients dealing with a wide range of behavioral issues such as insecure attachment, harmful belief systems, breaking the cycle of narcissistic damage, destructive self-talk, and more. With a background in psychology, an innate emotional intuition, and drawing from her own personal experience, Tracy helps her clients break the patterns that keep them trapped in the repetition of unhealthy singlehood and relationships.
Through emotionally-driven techniques, Tracy is able to zero in on clients’ obstacles in order to shift their way of seeing themselves and help them drop the emotional armor to kick anxiety and pain to the curb. The work she does leads to clients to self-acceptance, emotional freedom and the ability to authentically connect with themselves and others.
Tracy offers workshops specific to these topics, as well as intensive 10-week boot camps meant to help folks with a dysfunctional relationships, “yo-yo” daters, men and women having trouble moving on from past relationships, leapfrogging from relationship to relationship, bread-crumbing, gaslighting and more.
In addition to her mentoring services, Tracy offers her successful digital coaching program called “The 30-Day Emotional Cleanse” where clients can start taking the steps to rid whatever roadblocks keep them from having healthy relationships.
Tracy’s popular mental health podcast, Deal With It! offers listeners a different perspective when it comes to breaking the cycle of unhealthy behaviors. The podcast addresses folks who want to deal with their emotional baggage and it helps them to get unstuck from thinking and to start feeling, gain personal responsibility and really learn to love themselves. All of it is geared toward developing a healthy relationship with oneself and the rest of the world. Deal With It! touches on releasing insecure attachment, breaking through unhealthy beliefs and patterns, resulting in acceptance, self-trust and empowerment of one’s authentic self; all things necessary for a happy and healthy relationship. Tracy discusses sensitive subjects using her own experiences coupled with a lot of laughs and even more empathy.
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