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Working Together

Andrea Kelley, LCMHC

Our work will be goal oriented. We will discuss your hope for therapy in our first session(s) and will establish what goal(s) you would like to achieve. (This may sound overwhelming but, in my experience, clients are often able to answer this easily using their own words). This is an important step for our work. It helps to ensure that our time is focused on what is most impactful for you.​​


My style of work is very person centered and I take a very holistic look in understanding a client’s experience. Knowing where you came from, information about your family, upbringing, significant experiences, connections, current stressors, etc. is important in learning more about you.​


I use different theoretical approaches and treatment modalities depending upon the client, the situation, and the presenting concerns. This is done in collaboration with the client.



Individual Therapy for Adults

Some concerns I help with include:

- Anxiety

- Depression

- Trauma/PTSD

- Work-related Stress

- Grief

- Challenging Life Transitions

The number one predictor of positive outcomes in a therapeutic situation is the quality of the relationship between the therapist and the client. For this reason, it is important that we are both in agreement, that the fit is right for us to work together. Our first couple of sessions will help to determine this.

Therapy is not a one size fits all endeavor and neither are therapists.

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