About Me

"We're all just walking each other home."  -- Ram Dass

For more than a decade I've practiced mindfulness meditation and experiential healing to support my own journey.

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, with a Bachelors of Science in Biology & Psychology and a Masters in Couples & Family Counseling. My professional background helps me to support clients from an integrative & systemic perspective, applying the healing practices of mindfulness, and body-based experiential therapy. I currently see individuals, couples, and families for therapy, while also teaching meditation classes and workshops on mindfulness, stress management, and spirituality. 

My favorite clients to work with are those who want to explore the deeper emotions and past experiences that may still be showing up in unhelpful ways in the present. Clients guide their sessions while I offer perspective, insights, and tools like mindfulness, Family Constellations, and practical self-regulation skills to bring movement back into parts of the system that have felt stuck.

 

My foundational training was in Couples and Family Therapy which has shaped my therapeutic approach to see clients as unique individuals who are also intimately connected to a community and the greater society at large. I am also an animal lover, a nature-lover, and a professional artist with a spiritual and creative orientation to life. 

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Credentials

WHERE PASSION MEETS ACTION

A featured mental health expert for both national and hyper-local organizations.

See below my curriculum vitae for a more detailed list of my professional history.

 

Please contact me if you need a therapist’s perspective for your next article, podcast,

or live event!

"I felt more grounded and centered. She was exactly what I needed and I didn't even know

I needed it. "

- Tami, Workshop Participant

"Chelsea is a phenomenal therapist with a beautiful spirit. She has a way of helping others slow down & reconnect with their true self & others."

— Amanda, Colleague