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Kellie is one of the most amazing human beings I have ever met. She has such a big heart and is willing to be there to listen to anyone for any different circumstances. She comes to work everyday with a big smile on her face with one goal, to make a positive impact in someone’s life. I will always cherish the relationship I have developed with Kellie and would recommend that everyone has an opportunity to get a chance to meet and speak with Kellie.Aug 5, 2019
Kellie is thorough, a straight shooter and filled with kindness. She has incredible wisdom and helps makes sense of confusing and difficult situations.Aug 24, 2019Kellie Berry's reply
Kellie is a true professional and gifted in her work. She provides a comfortable atmosphere, where I always felt safe to share. My sessions with her brought deep reflection, insight, personal growth, and truly changed my life.Sep 4, 2019
Working with Kellie has given me a completely new perspective on how to approach life, feel about my feelings and most of all, a sense of empowerment. Every time I worked with Kellie, I had relief and a sense that it’s going to be ok.Aug 27, 2019
Kellie Berry is an exceptional clinician and over-all human being. I got the opportunity to work alongside her and watch her instill hope and faith in clients that thought they would never get better. She’s attentive, authentic, and driven to help anyone. Kellie has a gift in helping people find God, in whatever form.Sep 10, 2019
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I charge $75 a session. I do not bill for insurance
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I attended and completed a drug and alcohol certification program with The Institute of Addiction and Intervention in Lakewood, California to become a certified drug and alcohol counselor. I have also held a position on staff at a church in Orange County in pastoral care, as well as serving as a community pastor. I have pursued my own recovery in Al Anon have been a grateful member for 8 years, and gave sponsored women in this program.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I received so much help and experienced so much growth myself from spiritual direction that I felt compelled to offer it to the clients I was working with as residents in a chemical treatment center. The 12 Steps is a spiritual program, and as I sat with clients and helped them explore the barriers and desires regarding their relationship with God, I saw real growth and progress. I became aware God had shaped me uniquely to have those conversations with others and help them take ground in drawing closer to Him and gain new perspectives on their issues and struggles. The personal work I have done in this area has shaped me to be ready and equipped for these conversations.