Darcey and her family live in Montana, where Darcey spent her childhood tagging along on family ski trips with friends. Darcey’s love of skiing, in the greater natural world, led to brief stents as a ski instructor and wildland fire fighter, before she settled into her current professional role as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, working in private practice.
Darcey is honored to be mothering one spirited, silly child, Cooper, who certainly sparked her passion for maternal wellness. After experiencing the distress of perinatal anxiety, Darcey’s healing journey began with very slow and gentle yoga, trail, running, and therapy, and ultimately led to the practice of mindfulness and a holistic embrace of health.
Though she has given up the excitement of ski bumming and chasing fire, you can still find Darcey skiing most winter, weekends and firing up her chainsaw on occasion to cut firewood. Most days, she takes a moment to breathe in the crisp mountain air as she hikes with your pup. Darcey also deeply values connection to water and often spends summer days floating wild stretches of river with her family. Darcey revels in dismantling the patriarchy and learning about, and working toward creating a world focused on decolonization an anti-racism.