Constance Albrecht MS, LCPC received her Masters of Science Degree in Human Development/Mental Health Counseling in 1994 from Montana State University as Bozeman, MT. Her undergraduate work was completed in 1990 at MSU in Bozeman, in Human Development with a Minor in Marriage and Family Relations. She obtained her LCPC in 1996.
For over 20 years she has provided mental health services to individual, groups, couples, and families in numerous locations in Montana. For 8 years she provided in-home counseling services to those individuals who were home-bound due to medical and physical issues. She has also worked with Youth Dynamics in Butte, Shodair Children’s Hospital in Helena, Eastern Montana Community Mental Health in Miles City and Sidney, and Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch in the Livingston school system.
When married, she lived on a Hereford cattle ranch in Eastern Montana where she raised 3 daughters. She has 2 grandsons, 2 granddaughters, and 1 great-granddaughter. She enjoys music, dancing, camping, reading, and being in nature whenever possible.