Kelsey Miller

Kelsey Miller (they/them)

Marriage and Family Therapist Associate


Supervisor: Carly Rubin, LMFT & Pilar Hernandez-Wolfe Ph.D. LMFT, LPC

I see my work as helping people show up more fully in their lives with themselves, their relationships, and their community.

Client Status

accepting clients



At a Glance


Rate: $100-$140

Provides free initial consultation

Practicing Since: 2019

Languages: English


  • Family
  • Relationship

Insurances Accepted

  • Out of Pocket

My Ideal Client

I tend to work best with clients who: want to work towards being flexible and understanding what pushes them into rigidity, open to being challenged, open to or interested in going deeper, is or wants to be curious, appreciates humor in your healing work, likes an anti-capitalist, anti-racist, transformative justice framework, looking to collaborate on your journey, is seeking empathetic and intuitive therapy.

My Approach to Helping

A trauma-informed, anti-racist, kink-positive, sex worker positive, nonbinary trans, queer, white person. I’m not interested in dogma or any one way of doing things. I am a container-holder, a healing presence, a witness for personal growth, a coach to challenge you, a space-maker, and a spark of community and connection. I offer an empathetic presence to work alongside you in raising awareness of areas for growth, liberation, and acceptance within you. Therapy is a radical act that is intergenerational and reverberate across communities. I see my practice as a molecule in the vast ecosystem of collective change. I have an eclectic approach that relies heavily on attachment theory. I pull interventions from experiential therapies, internal family systems, body-centered somatic practices, mindfulness, sex therapy, and motivational interviewing.

My Values as a Therapist

You are the best expert in how you experience the world and I am committed to learning. I welcome all identities, backgrounds, and relationship configurations. I believe in continuously learning and integrating anti-racist practices, cultural humility and curiosity, transformative justice, disability justice, and “health at every size” philosophy. My work is distinguished by my passion about identity, sexuality and relational work as well as grief, trauma, and Self work in many forms (worth, esteem, compassion, growth, loving, healing, etc.) I am systemically trained and understand that our context matters in the shaping of our problems and paths to healing. On a personal level, I continually work within myself and with the support of my community to dismantle the ways toxic oppressive systems (whiteness, misogyny, heteronormativity, and capitalism among others) invade our lives and disconnect us from one another.

Techniques I Use


  • Family Therapy External link

    My masters degree is in Marrige, Couples, and Family Therapy. This degree included studies in Emotionally Focused, Experiential, Attachment theory based, Interpersonal Neurobiology, Couples Therapy, Sex Therapy, and more.

  • Couples Counseling External link

    My training focused on family systems and couples as well as working with individuals. Relationships come with many struggles and can be a mirror for the best parts of you or your darkest shadows. Having help navigating how these show up in your relationship allows for deeper connection

Issues I Treat


  • Gender Identity External link

    I am a trans, non-binary person with experience advocating for the needs of transgender people. I have also had training in working with gender and writing letters to access gender-affirming surgery.

  • LGBTQ Issues External link

    I am queer and trans identified and have lived experience in community with other lgbtqia+ folks. I went to school to be a relationship and individual therapist for my community and believe in the beautiful magic we bring to the world.

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