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Stacy Herman

  • South Dakota
  • Provides confidential online counseling through BetterHelp

About Stacy Herman's service

Stacy Herman is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor based in Montana, with over three years of experience working in community-based clinics. She specializes in helping individuals facing a wide range of challenges, including family conflicts, parenting issues, depression and anxiety, stress-related concerns, autism, communication difficulties, and low self-esteem. Stacy is deeply committed to providing a supportive and understanding environment for her clients, as she believes that everyone deserves to be heard and supported in their journey towards personal growth. With a Master of Arts in Education from Chadron State College, Stacy brings a down-to-earth approach combined with a dedication to truthfulness in her therapeutic practice. She firmly believes that everyone has the potential to achieve their best selves, and she places great emphasis on helping clients navigate their thought processes, as thoughts play a significant role in shaping one’s identity. Stacy is eager to meet new clients and assist them on their path to self-discovery and personal transformation.

Areas of Focus and Specialization

Additional areas

Therapeutic approaches

Languages Spoken

  • English

Stacy Herman is serving from:

South Dakota

Welcoming International Clients?


Years in practice

6 years

NPI number


License Details


License: LCPC


License number: BBH-LCPC-LIC-38811

Expires at 2023-12-31

License: Psychologist

New York

number: 19363

Expires at 2026-02-28



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