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      Dr. Tracy S. Kelly

             Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
             National Certified Counselor













      


INDIVIDUAL THERAPY
GRIEF AND LOSS
FAMILY/RELATIONSHIP THERAPY
PSYCHOTHERAPY SERVICES AND OPTIONS

ADOLESCENT THERAPY
DISTANCE/ONLINE THERAPY
Dr. Tracy S. Kelly
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
National Certified Counselor
Adjunct Faculty Grand Canyon University

5421 Kietzke Lane
Suite 101
Reno, NV 89511

775 742-7764
COUPLES THERAPY
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Dr. Kelly is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, a National Certified Counselor, a writer/researcher, a consultant, and holds an adjunct faculty position with Grand Canyon University.  
Dr. Kelly works from a person-centered approach and integrates other empirically proven psychotherapeutic modalities to tailor treatment specific to your needs such as CBT, experiential, and humanistic therapies.  
 Couples therapy is delivered from both a person-centered attachment based modality, emotionally focused couples therapy, as well as a cognitive behavioral therapy approach, Gottman, depending on the needs and personalities of the couple. 
Approaching treatment from an experiential systems approach, Dr. Kelly helps to improve and stabilize familial and other relationships.
If you live in the state of Nevada, and are struggling to find a time for treatment, we can work together to find a treatment plan that works for your schedule from a distance with Teleheath. 
Dr. Kelly's research on grief and loss has contributed to the development of the PARENT Model of Grief. This model is also one of the models of grief provided by Survivor Outreach Services of the United States Army to offer Gold Star parents support after the loss of a child to death. 
For adolescents 14 years of age and older, Dr. Kelly provides treatment to help with a variety of issues including and not limited to stress, perfectionism, isolation, social skills, bullying, self-esteem, body image issues, and identity issues.