Office:UNH CHHS Institute on Disability, 10 West Edge, Durham, NH 03824
M.S., Marriage & Family Therapy, University of New Hampshire, 2022
M.A., Gender & Cultural Studies, Simmons University, 2016
B.A., English Literature, University of New Hampshire, 2013
Kelsey joined the Institute on Disability in 2022, where she provides coaching and training for NH Wraparound Coordinators. Kelsey came to the behavioral health field after years of working with survivors of interpersonal violence in a variety of community-based settings. Before moving into her role at the IOD, she spent two years in the Marriage & Family Therapy master’s program at the University of New Hampshire, where she learned to meet the mental health care needs of families in a clinical capacity. Kelsey’s academic and professional backgrounds reflect her passion for working with survivors of trauma, as well as LGBTQ+ youth and adults.