Kelsey is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in New York State, US. she received a Masters in Mental Health Counseling in 2015 from Long Island University- Brooklyn Campus. Kelsey's experience centers around adults and teenagers who have symptoms of depression, anxiety, self-esteem, substance use and/or anger management. she believes in holistic counseling and the well-being of body, mind and spirit. By providing a safe space, clients are able to explore unaddressed feelings causing depression, anxiety, and meaningfulness. Her style of counseling addresses a client’s needs with Psychodynamic and Existential Humanistic approaches. The process is collaborative, empathetic and strength focused. During the initial phases of therapy, clients will develop coping skills to live a satisfying life. In time there will be focus on individual and family patterns that impact a client's self security, esteem and overall well being.
Race, Ethnicity, Culture, Religion, Gender and Sexuality are important aspects of an individual's identity. Through the use of Psychoanalytic theories, such as Jungian Analysis, the collective unconscious, and dreamwork, clients will explore the generational patterns that support their identity. In Kelsey's clinical approach, she supports clients in integrating these aspects of their identity into their conscious awareness. A greater sense of self awareness has remarkable influences on well being because everyone has the innate ability to transcend their sufferings and heal.
Kelsey provides both individual and couples therapy.