Kelly Kingsborough, Counselor

    Ever since I can remember I have had a heart towards people of all walks of life. When I was in high school, I knew I wanted to help people, but I didn’t know how until I took an intro psychology class, and it just clicked for me. In high school I was working on owning my faith, and searching hard after God, and then went to college down in Kentucky. During my time there I ended up eventually going to counseling myself and found myself experiencing anxiety for the first time that I was aware of and realized I had never really allowed myself to process through different struggles in my life. It was through counseling and learning more about God and myself that I became more confident in wanting to be a counselor to help people.

    I went to Kentucky Christian University for a Bachelor of Science in Counseling Psychology. I then pursued and received a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Ashland Theological Seminary. I am supervised by Charles F. Misja, Ph.D.

    In my practice as a counselor, I very much meet each client with where they are in life and tailor my approach with each client as an individual. In my history as a counselor, I have worked in the Community Mental Health environment for the past 6 years and have helped clients with a variety of issues.

    As well as a Counselor I am a soon to be wife (July 2022), friend, sister, and daughter. In my spare time I enjoy watching movies, and tv shows, listening to music, painting, writing, drawing, spending time with friends, family, and my German Shepherd dog Journey. I am regularly involved in a life group at my church and very active in serving on the Creative Arts Ministry.