Kelly McGettigan, LPC Intern
Kelly’s approach to counseling is person-centered and grounded in the science of interpersonal neurobiology and attachment theory. She works from the perspective that the relationship between therapist and client can offer the safety needed to decrease emotional distress, collaboratively explore concerns, and develop new relational patterns. She sees adolescents and adults who are experiencing relationship challenges, life transitions, anxiety, depression, grief, and physical health issues, as well as individuals wanting to cultivate more meaning, clarity, and confidence. In addition to talk therapy, she uses mindfulness practices, creative arts, and sandtray with clients who are interested in learning about themselves through experiential therapies. Kelly has completed Level One of Gottman training and incorporates aspects of Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy (PACT) and Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) in her work.
Kelly is supervised by Seja Rachael, LPC-S.
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