Kari Keller Bio

Psychologist II

Personal Statement:
It is an honor for me to be a part of the Texas A&M community! College is an exciting time that often comes with a special set of challenges, and I find it very rewarding to accompany students on this journey. I strive to empower each student with whom I work and value the creation of a strong, collaborative working relationship. I consider safety and trust to be paramount to counseling, and I recognize the courage it takes for clients to be vulnerable in therapy. I encourage students to try to be honest and compassionate with themselves – something I also value and practice.  When I’m not at work, I enjoy traveling, attending music festivals and concerts, working on puzzles, rooting for the Green Bay Packers, and spending time with my friends.

Academic Training:
PhD, Counseling Psychology, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Graduate certificate, Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
MA, Counseling Psychology, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
BA, Psychology, Criminology & Law Studies, Marquette University

Student Counseling Service, Texas A&M University

Licensed Psychologist, Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists, No. 37209

Areas of Special Interest:
Women’s issues, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, trauma, relationship issues, identity development, and family of origin concerns.

Theoretical Orientation:
Overarching feminist and person-centered framework utilizing relational-cultural therapy and emotion-focused techniques.

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