Kelli Woodson, MS, is a doctoral psychology intern at the Brattleboro Retreat and a doctoral candidate in Clinical Psychology at Antioch University New England (AUNE) in Keene, NH. Kelli received a Masters of Science in Clinical Psychology from AUNE and a Bachelors in Psychology from Clark University in Worcester, MA.
Kelli has received training and supervision in multiple treatment setting including Barre Family Health Center, Keene High School, and Antioch’s Psychological Services Center. She has experience working with adults and adolescents with a variety of mental health concerns including depression, anxiety, and psychosis-spectrum disorders, and specializes in working with trauma-related disorders. Kelli approaches case conceptualization from a trauma-informed relational-cultural perspective and integrates ACT and mindfulness concepts throughout her interventions. She enjoys working collaboratively with patients to help them grow throughout their mental health journey.
Her research interests include looking at the benefits of nature and horticulture on emotional/psychological well-being. More specifically, she is interested in exploring the ways in which horticulture and nature can be incorporated into psychotherapeutic interventions.