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  • Kelsey Wegener, B.A., SWT Kelsey Wegener, B.A., SWT

Kelsey Wegener, B.A., SWT

Therapeutic Style:

I approach therapy as an individually unique experience, working to meet each client where they are. Because of this, I use an integrated approach to treatment, drawing primarily from a strength-based, solution-focused perspective. I often utilize therapeutic techniques from motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral, and person-centered therapy as well. Additionally, I have a strong interest in incorporating art and other forms of self-expression into treatment.

Professional Interests:

My professional interests span many populations and presenting concerns, including but not limited to, healing from trauma (specifically interpersonal violence), women’s issues, adjustment concerns, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and grief/loss.

Groups and Liaison Roles:

This year, I will be co-facilitating SAFE (Strong Able Females Expressing) Group I with Sadi Fox, a group geared toward graduate women interested in strengthening their interpersonal skills.

Educational Background:

I received my Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Hartwick College in Oneonta, New York. I am currently working toward my Master’s degree in Social Work from The Ohio State University.

Personal Interests:

Having recently moved to Columbus, I enjoy exploring and adventuring around the city. I also enjoy spending time with my family and friends (and my puppy, Lucy!), running, reading, listening to music, spending time outdoors, and basically anything that requires creativity!

My Prounouns:  

She/Her/Hers