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Tracy Todd, Ph.D., LMFT

Dear clients and colleagues;
I hope this letter finds you in good health and doing well in these trying times.
I am going on two years away from my practice and home in Colorado.  I do miss the weather and loved ones.
That being said, my life in Washington D.C. is exciting, fast paced, and incredibly educational.  As the Director of Professional and Public Affairs with the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy I am experiencing a very steep learning curve involving lobbying, legal and ethical matters, state advocacy, academic programs and managing a name a few.
Despite the major transition, I completed my book, "Practice Building 2.0" which is hitting the book shelves.  It was quite the relief and reward completing this project knowing that I am positively contributing to the success of many therapists around the world. 
I wish you many successes in all your endeavors,

Tracy Todd, Ph.D., LMFT


About Tracy Todd

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 Tracy started the Brief Therapy Institute of Denver, Inc. in 1991.  He received his doctorate from Iowa State University in Marriage and Family Therapy.  He also holds a Master’s degree from Texas Tech University in Family Relations.  He is a licensed marriage and family therapist in the state of Colorado and is a clinical member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy-AAMFT. 

Tracy’s practice and the Brief Therapy Institute of Denver, Inc. received international recognition in 1997 when the Family Therapy Networker interviewed and wrote a story on his practice.  Tracy has been interviewed by:

Men's Health    
USA Today Glamour Magazine Wall Street Journal (paper) KGO Radio
Parenting Here2Listen Psychotherapy Finances
Family Therapy Networker First for Women Practice Strategies

Real Estate Journal-Online Division

of the Wall Street Journal

Budget Living  

Dr. Todd has received the following awards:

  • 2000 Practice Award, given by the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.  A national award for innovation and practice development.
  • 1997, Innovation Award, given by Behavioral Health Centura Link.  A national award for innovation.
  • 1996, Best Practice Award, given by consortium of managed care organizations.  A local award.
  • 1993, Outstanding Service Award, given by Colorado Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
  • 1992, Outstanding Counselor Award, determined by peers at EAP, Inc

Tracy is a member of numerous quality assurance committees at local and national levels reviewing standards for psychotherapy services.  For nearly 10 years, Tracy was a faculty member at the University of Colorado at Denver, Graduate Program in Marriage and Family Counseling.


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Tracy recommends:

The Traveler's Gift

by Andy Andrews.