Chelsea is working towards a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Bethel University and is expected to graduate in May of 2022. She is interested in working with adults, children, adolescents, and families in both individual and relational settings. Chelsea enjoys working from a family systems perspective to improve relationships and address challenging patterns. Many of life’s greatest strengths and difficulties arise in our relationships and leaning into them from a place of self-understanding is often where meaningful growth and healing occur. With the therapeutic relationship as the foundation for change, Chelsea seeks to join with her clients through empathy, deep care, and incorporation of their unique strengths into the process.
Speciality: Life transitions, relational issues, spiritual development, family systems, anxiety, depression;
Education: Masters student of Marriage and Family Therapy, Bethel University;
BA Communication Studies, Gordon College;