Kellie is a graduate intern finishing her Masters of Counseling degree at Phoenix Seminary. She believes that counseling can be a transformative experience and considers it an honor to come alongside her clients and help them to achieve their therapeutic goals. Kellie holds a degree in Exercise and Wellness from Arizona State University and believes health and wholeness come when the whole person is addressed in therapy. With experience in health and wellness, Kellie has a solid history of helping her clients achieve their personal goals. Kellie helps her clients with a balanced strengths-based approach that includes a deep level of empathy and care for the individual. Kellie also has experience working with children and teens both locally and overseas as a teacher, mentor, and ministry leader.
For clients interested in integrating their faith into counseling, Kellie works with people to see their past and present difficulties in light of God's promises and believes that one's faith is a great source of comfort and hope during challenging times. Kellie works with individuals of most ages including children, teens, adults, couples, and families. She uses a variety of modalities for therapy, including but not limited to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), parts work, attachment theory, and solution-focused therapy.
Kellie is actively involved in her local church and loves to travel and spend time with family. Kellie and her husband Chandler have been married since 2015 and live in Mesa, Arizona with their 9-month old son.