Stacey Titus, LMSW
Stacey Titus is a Licensed Master Social Worker practicing at Northwest Neurobehavioral Health. Stacey graduated twice from Boise State University, once in 2010 with her undergraduate degree in Fine Arts, and again in 2016, where she earned her Master of Social Work degree.
Since 2007, Stacey has been involved with Touchstone: The Center for Grieving Children and Adolescents. Touchstone is a local bereavement group that has been in the valley since the 1980s. In 2013 she was promoted to Co-Administrator. She continues to run the program during the school year.
In 2011, Stacey began work as an adult Developmental Therapist with The Arc, Inc. That same year she began work at Warm Springs Counseling Center as a Community-Based Rehabilitation Specialist where, in 2013, she was promoted to Co-lead of the program. She holds a certificate in Children’s Rehabilitation Therapy from the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association. During her time as a CBRS, Stacey and a Co-worker observed a lack in resources for specialist in the valley. To meet this need, they created the website, psrideaweb.com, which they continue to maintain.
During her graduate studies, Stacey completed a yearlong internship at both the West Ada School District, and Northwest Neurobehavioral Health. She also worked as a Community Support Worker. She is a member of the Idaho Society of Clinical Social Workers, as well as the National Association of Social Workers.
Stacey enjoys working with individuals, and their families to help foster healing and growth. Stacey believes in the strength of the individual, and works to come along side the clients she works with, to educate, to build understanding, and to build skills for success.
Stacey lives in Boise with her husband, and their dog Penny. When she isn’t working she can often be found tinkering with motorcycles, going for a run, or simply enjoying the company of family and friends.