Kelsey earned her Bachelor's degree in Family Relations and Child Development, as well as her Master's in Marriage and Family Therapy, from Oklahoma State University. She has worked with adults, adolescents, and children, in inpatient, outpatient and residential settings. Kelsey uses a combination of client-centered, solution-focused and strength-based therapy methods. She assists individuals at the onset of, or progression, of illness and disability. Kelsey works well with women who are seeking to make behavioral changes and who are recovering from substance abuse and eating disorders. She uses the medical model as well as the cognitive behavioral approach when treating these women and their families. Kelsey also uses Systems Theory to assist individuals with impacting positive change. Kelsey is trained in TF-CBT, which is an evidence based practice that is best for treating trauma symptoms related to grief after loss and trauma.
Kelsey seeks to support healing and restoration by equipping clients with skills, resources and a support system to help reach treatment goals.
Kelsey is a proud Oklahoma native and loves her home state. She enjoys day trips, long road trip and camping with her husband, Scott, and their two children. She also enjoys spending quality time with family and friends.