Stacy Williams, MA, ITFS

Stacy earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington in 2004. After graduation, she began working for a research grant to prevent school violence that involved 22 local non-profit agencies including Partnership for Children and Child Advocacy.

 

Shortly after, Stacy obtained a Masters Degree in Child Development and Family Relations from East Carolina University, where she was awarded an assistant teaching position in the campus Child Development Learning Laboratory Preschool.

 

After graduation she moved to the Raleigh area and began working as a More at Four Pre-K teacher, as well as a Habilitation Therapist with children with a variety of special needs.

 

Stacy is an advocate for early intervention and believes that family involvement is one of the   biggest influencing factors in a child reaching their full potential. 

  

Stacy is the proud mother of a son, and enjoys giving families practical and realistic activities to facilitate learning in daily activities.  She looks forward to the opportunity to work with you and your family and welcomes your questions and concerns regarding your child’s growth and development.