Lacy Frazer, Psy.D.
President, Co-Founder, & Board Member of Whole Soul School and Foundation
Lacy Frazer practiced as a clinical psychologist for the Federal Bureau of Prisons within the U.S. Department of Justice for 22 years before retiring in December 2017. From January 2018 forward, Lacy moved from practicing as a traditional psychologist to empowering clients as a Life Coach. She found her passion in helping people maximize their potential as a human being, and currently works as the Director of Coaching Services at Structure House in Durham, NC.
Throughout her career as a psychologist and now as life coach, Lacy realized that the quest for mental, emotional, and spiritual freedom is not just a desire of the prison population, but a deep dream and desire for everyone walking the planet today. It is this desire and hunger for a deeper and broader sense of freedom that motivated Lacy to co-create Whole Should School and Foundation (WSSF). She wanted to give people a more accessible language, deeper insights, and implementable tools to make the journey to claim their freedom. Lacy believes that people around the world are craving a pathway out of their conditioned lives and seeking tools and resources to help them find meaning, purpose, and effective ways to take their power back in order to create the life they were born to live!
Lacy received her Doctorate Degree in Psychology from The Georgia School of Professional Psychology and gained Life Coaching skills training from the Raleigh Coaching Academy.