Grace Weyrauch, MA, LPC

Grace is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She earned her Bachelor Degree in Psychology at Ithaca College and her Master’s Degree in Counseling at the University of New Mexico.

Grace has worked in the counseling field since 1995, providing behavioral health services to families, couples and individuals.  She began her career in New Mexico where she worked with children and their families through inpatient, outpatient and school settings.
She also provided services to families involved in the state child protection system, worked as a Family Advocate and ran counseling groups for young mothers, teenage girls and individuals recovering from substance abuse.  Later, Grace focused her career in the field of adoption and continued in this capacity for over 4 years, first as an adoption counselor and then as the director of a non-profit adoption agency.

In 2001 Grace moved to Scottsdale and continued practicing as a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Arizona. Before entering into private practice, Grace worked for a state funded outpatient clinic as a child, family and adult psychotherapist. Shortly thereafter she took on the role of Clinical Director of the agency’s Scottsdale office.

Grace opened her private practice in 2003 and has worked full time in this capacity ever since. Her dedication to serving the people of her community continues in her current practice.  Throughout the course of her career, Grace has strived to provide the highest level of professional, ethical and effective therapy to her clients. This remains her goal today.
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Since relocating to Arizona in 2001, Grace and her husband have come to call Scottsdale their home. They, along with their son and daughter, enjoy the wide variety of experiences possible in our state. Grace and her family enjoy hiking, biking, swimming, other physical exercise and many team sports. But above all, they love to travel-throughout Arizona and all over the world. Grace is active in several charity and community outreach groups. She values her community and is committed to its betterment for the sake of her family and others.