Kelsey Wyman

Kelsey Wyman

Kelsey Wyman

Pre-licensed Clinical Intern

About Me

Feeling connected in a highly individualistic society can be incredibly difficult, especially when we are dealing with anxiety, depression, trauma or PTSD, or grief. Therapy can be a helpful tool to orient us back to a world of belonging and it is my goal to help you find your own unique path toward this. I work with individuals and couples who are seeking more connection with themselves or their loved ones. I am also passionate about helping clients heal relationship issues, women’s issues, men’s issues, or self-esteem issues. I am whole-heartedly supportive of the LGBTQ+ populations, sex workers, and alternative relationship styles such as relationship anarchy, polyamory, and friendships.

Pronouns: They/Them

What You Can Expect

My therapeutic style is intuitive and I value the inherent wisdom in each of my clients. I have a calm, gentle, and caring personality yet will ask direct questions to help you better understand yourself or your relationship. My practice methods are integrative and include embodied skill building through an exploration of emotions, personal parts, attachment styles, and experiential metaphors. I am trauma-informed and currently training in the Gottman method for couples therapy. I will approach each session with presence and curiosity and seek to hold space for the innate healing that wants to emerge.

Member Details
University of Washington's Master's in Social Work Program
Practice Areas

Individuals, Couples, and Family Therapy

Focus Areas

Relationship issues, Couples therapy, Gottman Method, Sex therapy, anxiety, depression, trauma and PTSD, Grief and Loss, and LGBTQIA issues, Women’s issues, Men’s issues

Treatment Approaches

Trauma focused, Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Internal Family Systems, Somatic Therapy, Experiential Therapy, Transpersonal, Art Therapy, Gottman method, Positive Psychology, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Interpersonal, Relational, Humanistic, Person-Centered

Age Groups
Young Adults, Adults, Elder Adults
Telehealth Only

Clinical Intern, University of Washington’s School of Social Work

In-Network Insurance
N/A, Private Pay Only ($60-$75/session)

Weekly Schedule



3:00 pm- 6:00 pm
7:00 am- 1:30 pm
7:00 am- 1:30 pm

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