Dr. Tracy Covington


About Me

I traveled an eclectic path, pursuing many interests before finding my passion in the field of psychology. Upon completion of a Master's Degree followed by a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, I began my career as an Assistant Professor and Staff Psychologist at Loma Linda University Medical Center (LLUMC), Department of Anesthesia, in Southern California. During my tenure at LLUMC, I enjoyed opportunities integrating psychological concepts with a diversity of chronic pain conditions and life-threatening illnesses. This included the creation of Transitions, a clinical support group specific to young adults challenged by severe health conditions such as cancer.

With my life and business partner, Dr. Kurt Bickford, I developed a rehabilitation center for the treatment of chronic pain and stress conditions where I developed and utilized an inter-disciplinary approach, now a standard in the industry. Opportunities to share this treatment model and research were offered at both national and international levels. My private practice of 25 years has been a composite of services including psychotherapy, applied physiology, executive and organizational coaching, collaboration on professional monthly seminars, a monthly radio show and a variety of publications emphasizing consciousness, psychology, temperament and the possibilities of the human endeavor.

*Dr. Covington is a licensed Clinical Psychologist who is Board Certified in Biofeedback and a Diplomate in Pain Management.


  • Stress, Anxiety
  • Relationship
  • Grief
  • Depression

I also have experience in Family, Trauma and abuse, Intimacy-related, Eating, Sleeping, Parenting, Anger, Self esteem, Career

Years of Experience: 27


Psychologist #PSY11392 (Expires: 2019-08-31)


Written by T.O. on Sep 12, 2017 after counseling with Tracy for 3 months relationship, and intimacy-related

Dr. Covington was very effective at listening to my concerns and offering practical solutions. I was very happy with the online experience, as I found it to be more convenient and actually easier to get to the heart of the issue.

Written by B.O on Jun 29, 2015 after counseling with Tracy for 2 weeks relationship, and intimacy-related

she sure tuned in quickly and helpfully