Kelly Kampf, LCSW

Professional Experience

Kelly worked as an oncology social worker in Philadelphia and then as a hospice bereavement counselor in Philadelphia for 12 years prior to going into private practice in 2010.  She specializes in Gestalt and somatic therapy, trauma, grief, end of life, codependency, LGBTQ related issues, and stress management. Couples and family therapy an alternative lifestyle friendly therapist.


I have an undergraduate B.S. in Psychology from the University of Mary Washington, an M.S.W. from Temple University in Philadelphia, a post graduate certificate in Gestalt Therapy from the Gestalt Therapy Institute of Philadelphia, and am currently completing a second post graduate training in Developmental Somatic Psychotherapy at the Center for Somatic Studies in New York, NY.

"My Philosophy on Mental Health & Wellness"

I believe therapy is based on the relationship between therapist and client where the client is the expert on their own lives.  My goal is to provide a collaborative, non-judgmental relationship where clients can work to discover areas of their lives where they would like to change, grow, and gently uncover their true selves. Often, issues arise in the therapeutic environment that are also occurring in clients' lives, and we can experiment together to find new ways of being and interacting in the world.

Therapy can, at times, seem difficult and overwhelming. Therefore, I encourage each client to go at their own pace to ensure they feel they have found a safe place to truly explore their individuality.

My approach is collaborative, intuitive, somatic, gestalt, and eclectic. 

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