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Tracy Redfearn

Tracy Redfearn is a Licensed Psychoeducational Specialist who is certified by the SC Board of Education as a School Psychologist II, the National Association of School Psychologists as a Nationally Certified School Psychologist, and the International Association of Trauma Professionals as a Child and Adolescent Trauma Professional. Tracy founded Child and Family Resource Center in 2012 because she was concerned with the need in Hartsville for effective intervention services to help provide children and adolescents with successful educational experiences. Tracy has been instrumental in helping many children who struggle to meet their potential in the classroom through her expertise in assessments, learning differences, and knowledge of SC Special Education practices and procedures.

Her educational intervention recommendations focus on the unique social, emotional, behavioral and academic needs of each student she sees. For optimal results, she collaborates closely with parents, educators and other professionals to help create supportive learning environments while strengthening connections between home, school and the community. Tracy understands special education laws and is passionate about the rights of students with special needs. She educates parents on their rights and serves as an advocate at 504 and IEP meetings.

As a psychologist in the school system for over a decade, Tracy saw firsthand how grief, loss and trauma can interfere with learning. To help hurting families cope, she has been offering grief camps ( All Seasons Grief Camp ). Through therapeutic activities that include art, horseback riding, music, movement and breathing, and classes on grief and emotional support, families are able to push past their pain. Family members memorialize their loved ones in a ceremony at the conclusion.

October 19, 2022

#59: Tracy Redfearn: Finding Your Voice

Outline of Episode • Introduction to Tracy Redfern. 0:02 • How much does trauma play a role in the adolescent experience? 1:32 • How do I hear someone’s story? How do I not go into the place of pity? 8:53 • How do you deal with parents who don’t understand? 14:20 • Be quiet, be quiet be quiet. 19:30 • What are your questions that gives your child their voice? 26:15 • Jen’s experience with her mom and her relationship with her grandmother. 30:06 • How do we move forward from the past? 34:36 • Tough love is not about being tough on them. 40:31 • Connecting at a heart level through the heart. 44:13 • How do you know when you need to disconnect? 51:07 • Grief is in everything, not just death. 56:44 • What do you need? What do you feel you need. 1:03:51