Tracy Uloma Cooper

About Tracy Uloma Cooper

Byline BIO: Tracy Uloma Cooper is an expert and go-to resource for personal empowerment and happiness. With a Ph.D. in clinical psychology specializing in integrative therapy, she feels inspired to offer books, speaking engagements, classes, integrative therapy and coaching to empower individuals to author their own passionate, beautiful life. Tracy is the founder and CEO of the Uloma Foundation — a nonprofit dedicated to vulnerable populations — and author of several books, including the women’s healing and empowerment guide “Inspired to Greatness: A Feminine Approach to Healing the World” and the children’s book series, “Sophie Star Child.” For more information, visit www.UlomaFoundation.org.

Broadcast BIO: Tracy Uloma (say ooo-LO-ma) Cooper left the corporate world to become a clinical psychotherapist after a turn of fate ensured she was not at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. Now, she is inspiring women, men, children, and families to live their happiest, healthiest lives by becoming the creators of their own healthy, passionate well-being. Welcome, Tracy.

Full BIO: Tracy Uloma Cooper is an expert and go-to resource for personal empowerment and happiness. With a Ph.D. in clinical psychology specializing in integrative therapy, she feels inspired to offer books, speaking engagements, classes, integrative therapy and coaching to empower individuals to author their own passionate, beautiful life. Tracy is the founder and CEO of the Uloma Foundation — a nonprofit dedicated to vulnerable populations.

Early in her career at the University of California, Berkeley, Tracy counseled graduate and undergraduate students within the Psychological Services department. Her experience includes working as an expressive arts psychotherapist with children and adults, those with serious mental illness, and experiencing special needs and disabilities. In response to the shooting of representative Gabby Giffords (which killed six innocent bystanders), Tracy worked for a nonprofit under a grant offering mental health training for schools, universities, and organizations in the community to alleviate mental health stigmas, teach basic psychological education, and proactively assist individuals with mental health resources. Most recently, she offered in-home integrative psychotherapy and comprehensive care to patients with chronic medical conditions and serious mental illness.

As a community activist, Tracy is involved with several nonprofit organizations. She served as a board member for Arts for All and managed a mental health program at Interfaith Community Services. She partnered with the City and County of San Francisco’s “Project Homeless Connect,” providing vital services for the needs of a population of 7,350 homeless individuals. She is an academic and literary author who wrote the children’s book series “Sophie Star Child,” the women’s healing and empowerment book “Inspired to Greatness: A Feminine Approach to Healing the World,” and contributed to the book “What Women Want: A Book for Men.” For more information, visit www.UlomaFoundation.org.
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