Meet Our Staff
KELSEY “KELSO” KREATSCHMAN, MA, LPC-INTERN
SUPERVISED BY JORDAN DAVIS, PHD, LPC-S
Kelso believes the key to effective family counseling is found by unlocking insight through holistic healing. She desires to empathize with and speak truth into the lives of her clients. Her hope for her clients is to find personal healing and relational restoration through open communication and authenticity. She knows how difficult it may be for clients to take the first steps towards seeking counseling , and as a result, she aspires to create a safe, warm, nonjudgmental atmosphere.
Kelso practices from a family systems therapy approach using a variety of treatment methods, as well as formal and informal strategies, to customize counseling to the unique needs of each client. Kelso desires to create a safe environment where active participation, transparency, and self-disclosure can flourish allowing relationships to grow and thrive. Her counseling interests include interfamily conflict resolution, life transitions, divorce or blended families, child-parent relationships, and adolescent emotional and behavioral issues.
Kelso also works at Dallas Baptist University as a counseling intern for students and faculty. She is energized by human interaction and loves spending time with friends and traveling. She is honored to be a part of the team at the Counseling Center at First Baptist Richardson.
SPEAKING & EDUCATIONAL TOPICS
Healthy Communication and Boundaries for Families
Understanding Your Adolescent - A Talk for Parents
Coping and Self Care - A Talk for Adolescents
The Benefits and Challenges of Social Media - A Talk for Adolescents
Coping with Pain Related to Family Wounds - A Talk for Adolescents
The Effectiveness of Group Therapy