Kelly Garrity

Kelly Garrity, LMFT

Clinical Therapist

Kelly draws from a diverse and broad range of experience across more than 2 decades of clinical experience working within community mental health, pediatric day treatment, addiction, and recovery - residential and IOP settings, bio and neurofeedback clinics, as well as group and private practice settings. Kelly specializes in helping those with childhood pain, old fears, and ineffective relationship habits, break free of old patterns and work toward the richer, more meaningful life they want and deserve to live.

As a parent of two children with learning differences and neurodiverse needs, Kelly has a passion for working with neurodivergent people and their families – those with ADHD, Autism, learning differences, or those who may consider themselves to be “highly sensitive”. Kelly leverages each person’s own gifts and strengths to overcome barriers, while connecting to their values and inspiration as a guide toward more joy, enthusiasm, and ‘purpose filled’ living.

Kelly cultivates a non-judging supportive space with and for her clients, serving as ‘a good guide’ on their path toward becoming more intentional in their lives, and especially their relationships. Kelly sees her job as helping people ask the right questions to elicit helpful responses from their “wise mind” inside – allowing them ultimately to recover their own truth and live more authentic, connected, fulfilling lives.

Garrity draws from training and experience in, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Gottman Method Couples Therapy, EMDR and other somatic therapies, Mindfulness and stress reduction techniques, and Creative/expressive arts therapies.

Kelly brings an integrated and systemic approach to therapy, blending the tools and wisdom of the arts with evidenced-based, neuroscience-informed interventions to heal and support the brain – Kelly endeavors to tailors her approach to each client’s unique personality, values, and needs.