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Meet our Clinical Therapist Intern


Kellie Ramdeen (She/Her/Hers)


I am a second-year graduate student at Northwestern University, and I prioritize staying current on the latest advancements in the mental health field.


My therapeutic approach is rooted in multicultural feminist theory, emphasizing a client-centered orientation. When working with children, I use a child-centered play therapy approach. I tailor interventions to meet each client's unique needs, fostering a collaborative and empowering therapeutic relationship.


I excel in addressing issues related to trauma, culture, and identity. My expertise allows me to provide comprehensive assessments and evidence-based interventions for a diverse range of mental and behavioral health concerns.


I prioritize a client-centered approach, recognizing the importance of cultural sensitivity and inclusivity. My goal is to create a safe and non-judgmental space where clients can explore their thoughts and emotions openly.


I integrate various therapeutic modalities, including psychodynamic therapy, CBT, DBT, and mindfulness, to ensure a holistic and effective treatment plan tailored to individual needs.

Effective collaboration with other healthcare professionals and stakeholders is essential for comprehensive care. I am adept at fostering interdisciplinary communication to ensure a holistic approach to clients' well-being.


Grounded in evidence-based practices, my interventions are informed by the latest research findings. I continually evaluate and adjust treatment plans to align with the evolving landscape of mental health care.


I am an active member of Chi Sigma Iota and the American Counseling Association, participating in ongoing discussions and networking to stay informed about industry trends and best practices.


Upholding the highest ethical standards, I am dedicated to confidentiality, informed consent, and maintaining the well-being and autonomy of my clients throughout the therapeutic process.


Committed to personal and professional growth, I engage in regular supervision and seek opportunities for self-reflection to enhance my skills and effectiveness as a mental health professional.




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