Audrey Kelly

Professional Experience

Audrey Kelly is currently working as a Mental Health Therapist in private practice and for an intensive outpatient program and has for several years, and is now expanding interests to include the expansion of a free online mental health resource with BetterHelp.com/advice. Taking a serious interest in addressing stigmas associated with mental health, she continues to be looking into subjects related to depression, anxiety, and relationships specifically. She believes that there is never too much information and helpful resources for individuals struggling with mental health in all of its forms. She is always looking for new and innovative ways to both begin discussions & engage with others about these important topics.

Education

Audrey Kelly obtained a Masters of Art in 2004 to pursue a career in helping people learn to live more productive, fulfilled lives. She currently holds a license for marriage and family therapy (LMFT).

"My Philosophy on Mental Health & Wellness"

Having experienced traumatic experiences in the past, it enables me to better communicate and express opinions and have conversations with a variety of subjects relating to mental health and the improvement of mental health resources. It is my goal to assist anyone who desires to reach out and read articles that relate to a struggle they may be facing that he/she has hope to move forward.  To improve mental health awareness to the general community can aid in having and keeping a healthy mind.

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