- Certified Trauma Focused Coginitive Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT)
- Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) trained
- Certified Seeking Safety
- Certified Triple P Parenting
- Trauma and Addiction
- A.R.T. Aggression Replacement Training
A note from Kelley:
Kelley Zabelovsky is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, licensed supervisor and clinical director of substance and alcohol treatment programs. Kelley has extensive experience and training in trauma and addiction. She has experience opening, running and operating detox, residential and IOP treatment centers and is knowledgeable in all levels of care.
Kelley specializes in issues that afflict adolescents and addicted individuals such as behavioral problems, anxiety, anger and depression stemming from trauma, abuse and peer pressure. Her strength based approach has enlightened parents to their children’s plight, helped adult clients put the pieces of their lives back together and built confidence of teens and tweens to actualize their potential.
Kelley uses practical experience and real life adversity to enrich her empathic understanding as a therapist. She is focused on offering solution while navigating change where fear and uncertainty, anger and chaos tend to color her client’s lives. Kelley’s clients feel a sense of mastery over their lives after spending time in therapy with her. They are able to celebrate change, live in gratitude and appreciate their own strengths.
Kelley is trauma informed and EMDR trained. She is trained and accredited in the TF-CBT Model for trauma, Triple P (Standard and Teen) for parenting and MAP-a model for cognitive behavioral evidence based practices. Kelley is also trained in Seeking Safety – an evidence based practice for clients with trauma and addiction/substance abuse issues as well as A.R.T. Aggression Replacement Training – a model for anger management in a group setting. Kelley has worked with acute diagnoses (men and women with Schizophrenic/Schizoaffective and bipolar diagnoses) individually and in group settings.
Her orientation along with trauma informed therapies is primarily Humanistic with an emphasis on cognitive behavioral, emotional and solution focused approaches.