Kelsey is passionate about partnering with clients during times of transition or difficulty to find opportunities for growth. She has a special passion for working with the LGBTQ+ community, the kink community, and consensually non-monogamous and polyamorous community. Kelsey has experience working with a wide range of cultural, racial, economic/class and educational backgrounds. Curious by nature, she seeks to listen to and fully understand you each step of the way, working toward greater self-acceptance and discovery, and more fulfilling intimacy with others. Kelsey specializes in working with individuals, couples, and other relationship structures on relationship issues. Trained in family systems, narrative therapy, structural family therapy and solution-focused therapy among others, she understands how dominant cultural, political and family narratives can keep us feeling stuck. You deserve to get the help you want and need, and to invest this time in yourself and your relationships. It is important to find the right fit in a therapist. Kelsey invites you to reach out to explore whether she might be a good fit for you and what you need from therapy now.
Clinical trainings, Education, & Certifications:
- Trauma-Informed Care Course
- Children's Village Substance Use and Suicide Prevention in LGBTQ+ Communities
- Counseling Non-monogamous Relationships Training
- Emotionally Focused Therapy Training
- The Vulnerability Cycle in Couples Therapy Training
"I've dedicated my career to providing competent care to LGBTQ+ community members."