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Kelly Jacobs


Kelly’s therapeutic approach is experiential, relational, and strengths-based. She views therapy as a collaborative experience in which the connection and relationship between client and therapist is of utmost importance. This relationship creates the space where growth and change may occur.

Kelly is trained as a trauma informed mental health counselor and art therapist. She supports and guides clients whether they need to talk or want to make art to express their emotions. Adding art making to the therapeutic process can help to foster creativity, which in turn promotes flexible thinking and perspective shifting. Imagine painting, drawing, or sculpting a whole new way of seeing and being in your world!

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Kelly received her Master of Arts degree from the George Washington University’s Art Therapy Program.  Her internship experiences include work with adolescents and adults facing challenges such as anxiety, self-esteem, depression, dissociation, trauma, PTSD, substance abuse, peer and family relationship issues, and grief/loss. She works individually, in dyads, or groups, depending on the need of the client.

Kelly is a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor (LGPC) and Licensed Graduate Professional Art Therapist (LGPAT) working under the supervision of a Licensed Certified Social Worker, Licensed Certified Professional Counselor, and Licensed Certified Professional Art Therapist.

Kelly sees clients at our Frederick location, and via Telehealth!