Kelly Holder has been working with individuals with co-occurring disorders in a variety of settings. Kelly’s professional experience includes working with teenagers in a residential setting, working in a mental health setting with severe mental health, detox and residential settings with individuals with addiction and mental health, and outpatient settings. Kelly has been working in addiction counseling since 2009. Kelly has 10-plus years of working with dual-diagnosis adults.
Kelly’s philosophy is “Let’s work on being able to be more comfortable with the events that have happened in life so that you can move forward in a positive way.” As your counselor, Kelly will provide an empathic, safe, and confidential setting for working on the uncomfortable things in life. Counseling hours are flexible and are primarily online with telehealth. She will work with adults who are struggling with addiction and/or mental health, including depression, anxiety, adjustment, and trauma.
Kelly has her undergrad degree in Psychology from Wright State University. She then got her chemical dependency certificate from Sinclair Community College. She continued her education and earned her Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Capella University and became an Ohio licensed counselor. Kelly has her Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) and her Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor (LICDC)