Stacy Jagger, LMFT, RPT (Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Registered Play Therapist and owner of Sunnybrook Counseling), is passionate about providing a safe and confidential place for broken women, children and families to heal and be restored. She is a systemic family therapist, specializing in creative interventions for integrating children into treatment for the whole family.
Stacy received her undergraduate degree in music from Belmont University and her masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Trevecca Nazarene University. Stacy works in full-time private practice, writes articles, books and curriculum for the Spring Hill Advertiser, Columbia Herald, Nashville Christian Family Magazine and Attachment Parenting International, and speaks for conferences, trainings and events.
Stacy is the creator of Attachment Parenting International’s “Music with Mommie”, an attachment-informed, high-energy and interactive mom/child connecting class that strengthens relationships while teaching important life skills to young children through music, movement and creative play. She is the author of the children’s book, Ladybug Sings The Blues, a cognitive-behavioral resource for young children, and A Letter from Emma, a highly regarded and critically acclaimed abuse prevention resource for children and families in faith based communities.
When Stacy is away from her counseling practice, you will find her speaking for events, offering workshops through her training organization “Music City Play Therapy” and leading retreats. Stacy also enjoys her unique work as a child and family therapist to the “Plain People”, the Old Order Amish.
When at home, she enjoys gardening, relaxing on her farm, ballroom dancing, singing and “glamping” with her husband, Ron, and their four children, Rebekah, Luke, Della Rose and Dean Henry in their vintage camper they named, “Camp Bessie”.