Kelsey Byrn, MS, NCC
Kelsey’s Life Verse: You are my hiding place; you will protect me from trouble and surround me with songs of deliverance. Psalm 32:7
Kelsey graduated with her Master of Science from the University of Memphis with a degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Kelsey has previously worked with children, adolescents and adults at Hope House Memphis and Daybreak Treatment Center.
Kelsey is passionate about helping others’, primarily children and adolescents, find freedom in many areas such as self-doubt, insecurity, anxiety, depression, OCD, grief, behavior and communication issues, social skills and life transitions (moving, divorce, changing schools, family additions).
Kelsey mainly uses a CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) and DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) orientation but believes that a person-centered, human-to-human connection makes the greatest impact. She also believes that practicing from a biblical foundation of truth allows one to get to the core of the deeper struggles that exist by allowing our Creator to heal broken places. Kelsey believes that each individual she works with is unique, created fearfully and wonderfully, therefore each person has a unique set of learning, communication, and expressive styles. Kelsey enjoys using a blend of art and play therapies when appropriate; including painting, drawing, games and sand tray activities.
Kelsey enjoys spending time with her husband, going on walks, reading, and volunteering to spend time with high school students through YoungLife.