Stacy Story joined the adjunct faculty in 2011. She has served as a professor for foundation-year students and students at the Virtual Academic Center. She was promoted to adjunct assistant professor in 2015.
Story has more than 14 years of experience helping clients struggling with grief, abuse, anxiety, eating disorders and other mental health concerns. Her experience includes working as a therapist at a children’s hospital, as a social worker at a school, as a medical social worker at a dialysis center and hospice, and as a psychiatric social worker at a locked mental health unit.
She currently maintains a private practice in Seattle, Washington. A licensed clinical social worker and a licensed independent clinical social worker, she provides counseling to children, adolescents, individuals and couples, utilizing art therapy, mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy, play therapy, strengths-based therapy and problem-solving therapy. Story earned art therapy certification from the University of California, San Diego, in 2010. She also serves as a trained mediator and child specialist for King County Collaborative Law.