Tracy Hove, LCSW
Lead Therapist at Evoke Therapy Intensives
Tracy’s strengths are rooted in relationship and connection. She has an adept sense of understanding and identifying relational patterns that create roadblocks to intimacy. She is skilled at addressing these patterns and bringing to light root causes driving unhealthy behaviors. Tracy strikes a fine balance of being direct and challenging, while continually offering nurturance and support. She has significant experiences treating trauma, emotional dysregulation, and interpersonal difficulties.
Education and Prior Work Experience
Tracy is a licensed clinician, receiving her Masters in Social Work from the University of Utah. She has been working with parents, adolescents, and adults in therapeutic settings since 2004. She has worked as a primary clinician in wilderness therapy, as well as in residential boarding schools. More recently she has been working in a private practice out of Park City, Utah. Tracy decided to join Evoke Intensives and Coaching, as she believes in the ability for people to make significant changes in their lives once they create the space and opportunity to do so. Tracy finds meaning and purpose in helping facilitate connection and hope in those spaces.
Tracy is trained in both Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). She has vast experience addressing struggles with depression, anxiety, personality disorders, suicidal ideation, and attachment difficulties. She is adept at helping others process difficult emotions, creating insights into behaviors and underlying fears and insecurities. Tracy’s enthusiasm and genuine nature forges trust among her clients as they go through this journey together.
Originally from Georgia, Tracy left her southern roots to be closer to the mountains back in 2001. After spending some time in the Pacific Northwest, Tracy found her home in Utah. Tracy loves spending time with her husband and two kids, playing in the mountains, biking, skiing, and trail running.