Kelly is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and is certified in domestic violence and sexual assault. She has extensive experience with helping individuals struggling with substance use disorders, including dually diagnosed individuals;  mood disorders;  anxiety disorders; and domestic violence.

While embracing a passion for working with vulnerable populations, Kelly seeks to support individuals on their therapeutic journey using different methods of therapy such as cognitive behavioral therapy and psychotherapy.

Kelly received her Master’s degree from University of St. Francis. She provides individual, group, family, and couples counseling to those seeking to make a change, or improve the quality of their everyday life. She works with adolescents and adults struggling with issues related to anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, and suicidal thoughts. Kelly has professional experience working in community health and outpatient treatment centers.

Kelly treats each client in a caring and humble fashion, while also being mindful of individual differences and cultural and ethnic diversity. She provides an emphasis on developing a helping relationship that fosters empowerment, and focuses on the client’s strengths and the right to self-determination.  While she maintains an empathetic approach, she will continue to challenge, assist and ask you for feedback in order to accomplish your individualized goals.