I acknowledge that my practice is located on the ancestral lands of the Séliš (Salish), Ksanka (Kootenai), and Qlispe (Pend d’Oreille/Kalispel) people. It is with deep gratitude and humility that I honor this truth, and work to decenter colonist narratives and practices.
Identity often shapes our experiences. As a cis, queer, white practitioner of European lineage, I find it important to share parts of my identity with potential clients and acknowledge there are many spaces where I hold privilege. I would love to navigate conversation to ensure your safety and comfort is of absolute priority in our work together.
Darcey Fairchild, LCSW is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who began her specialization in Perinatal Mental Health after experiencing firsthand the distress of postpartum anxiety. Her own healing journey began with yoga, trail running and therapy, and ultimately led to the practice of mindfulness and a holistic embrace of health.
In her practice, Darcey integrates neurobiology, mindfulness, and the healing power of nature, in addition to more traditional modalities such at Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, as she helps clients understand and overcome recurrent and unhelpful thoughts and behaviors.
Darcey has previously worked as a counselor at a progressive private school, in the Emergency Department at Providence, with unhoused veterans, and supporting survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault with the YWCA. She also spent several years working with families experiencing grief as well as designing programming for military families. In addition to clinical work, Darcey is also a Co-Director of Adventure Mamas Initiative.
When Darcey is out of office, you will find her skiing, on the river, or deep in the woods, exploring nature with her family.
Darcey Fairchild, LCSW, PMH-C
Licensed Clinical Social Worker