Serving: 16+, 18+
Dr. Kelley earned his undergraduate degree at Connecticut College, his M.A. in counseling psychology at Lewis and Clark College, and his doctorate degree at Pacific University in clinical psychology. He has worked in numerous settings both inpatient and outpatient over a period of many years. He is currently licensed in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. He worked for 10 years at Riverbend Community Mental Health Center in Concord, New Hampshire, and worked at Mclean Hospital's outpatient clinic in Belmont, Massachusetts prior coming to The Counseling Center of Nashua.
He has conducted emergency service evaluations for individuals in psychiatric crisis extensively in three different State mental health centers. He has presented on the issue of domestic violence to community colleges, physician groups and community groups. He also has worked in the area of men's issues, particularly in addressing the differences in how men experience depression as compared to women. Dr. Kelley treats issues related to depression, anxiety, grief, life changes. He also works with couples working on issues around communication, navigating developmental stages of relationships and with couples in crisis in which one spouse is or has had an affair. He sees individuals from age 14 up to and including older adults.