Kelsey Macfarlane, LAMFT 

Areas of interest:
-Neurospicy (Neurodivergent, ADHD, Autism) age 12+
-Teens (anxiety & depression)
-Adults (anxiety & depression)
-Couples & Relationship counseling
-Identity Exploration
-Life transitions
-Mindfulness & Wellness


Licensed Associate Clinician

Kelsey Macfarlane (she/her) is a Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist who graduated from Utah Valley University in 2023. She enjoys working with all ages, relationship types and families while using a family systems lens, attachment theory and experiential methods. She is a Certified Family Life Educator through the Stronger Families program where she worked with families to strengthen their relationships. Kelsey is Gottman Level 1 trained and has experience with Attachment Based Family Therapy as well as Emotionally Focused Therapy.  She is committed to analyzing and comprehending your story in its entirety, while using therapeutic interventions that resonate with your specific needs and aspirations.

Whether you are neurodivergent or neurotypical, Kelsey will be eager to work with you. In Kelsey’s therapy room, you can be someone who wants to rake the sand tray, pace while talking, or hold a fuzzy blanket the entire session. Kelsey is open-minded to all experiences that
a client might need to have in order to feel safe, heard, and understood.

Her motto is “All are welcome here.”

Kelsey loves to laugh with clients and use humor to facilitate healing. She also enjoys laughing with friends and family, her husband, and niece/nephews. She enjoys arts and crafts, movies, music and will try an episode of any television show you recommend at least once!


is the daily practice of letting go who we think we're supposed to be and embrace who we're



-Brene brown-


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Psychotherapy works by creating a trusting therapeutic relationship, identifying problematic thoughts, and teaching tools to shift those thoughts and change problematic behaviors. Therapy also creates an environment where safe, healing, and connecting relationships between family members can take place. A good therapist will help you feel less overwhelmed, less alone, and more empowered in your life. Many people report feeling more hopeful even after just one session. 

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Teen therapy for anxiety + depression

1 in 4 adolescents experience mental disorders that result in severe impairment.

Living in this fast paced world full of comparison and social media, pandemics and unknowns, peer pressure and high expectations, it's no wonder that so many teenagers are struggling. As a parent it can be hard to know if it's normal teenage moodiness or if your teen is struggling with something above and beyond normal teenage stress. Do you know the signs and how to help your teen if they are struggling with their mental health?  

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