Stacy L. Wolff, LCSW, MAC
For as long as she can remember, Stacy Wolff dreamed of creating a practice to heal families and children suffering from abuse and neglect. After experiencing her own rough childhood, Stacy found her way to a better life and decided to dedicate her career to improving the lives of others.
In 1999, Stacy’s dream became a reality. After moving with her family to the beautiful Chestatee River in Dahlonega, GA, Stacy, a licensed clinical social worker, formed Chestatee Counseling Center. Chestatee is a Cherokee word meaning “place of lights.” Stacy named the practice with the promise to bring light to those who are experiencing trauma in their lives.
After 20 years of helping families navigate intergenerational crises, Stacy understands how family issues, poverty, and the law converge. She approaches each of her cases with compassion and drive to establish safety, ease suffering, and prevent further trauma.
Stacy earned a bachelor’s degree in social work from the University of Missouri and a master’s in social work from Washington University. She is a master addiction counselor and member of the Association for Addiction Professionals.
Stacy lives with her husband, three children, two dogs, and two fish.