Kerry Headley

Kerry Headley (she/her)

Professional Counselor Associate


Supervisor: Kerri Anderson-Linde, LPC

I can help you reimagine your story so that growth feels less like struggle and more like a goal you can accomplish.

Client Status

accepting clients



At a Glance


Rate: $$120

Languages: English


  • Individual
  • Group
  • Teen

Insurances Accepted

My Ideal Client

My clients include teens and adults. I tend to see a LOT of young adults wanting support around anxiety, authenticity/identity, relationships, and spiritual/religious concerns, including trauma. I am aligned with the LGBTQIA+ community. I have a special interest in folks recovering from high control groups, including cults, sects, and multilevel marketing groups.

My Approach to Helping

Consider what you believe about yourself—things you tell yourself and ideas you’ve learned from family, friends, and the culture(s) with which you interact. How accurate are these narratives? Do you feel like you can’t do something because you’re just not that type of person? Or maybe no one in your family would ____________ (fill in the blank). What would it be like to choose a different story—one based on your values and beliefs? Perhaps some of what you believe about who you are limits you. You may have forgotten about your strengths and abilities. Therapy offers space for you to tell your stories as well as rewrite them. I can help you set realistic, inspiring goals and provide support as you work toward meeting them.

My Values as a Therapist

Collaboration: I am a person-centered therapist, which means you are the boss of you. I won't give you homework if you hate that (but I'm happy to provide therapeutic tasks that can help you continue the work between sessions if you like). I don’t make people meditate (but we can discuss mindfulness-based stress reduction techniques if you are curious). Creativity: You are a unique person. We get to know each other. We figure out together what’s most likely to help you meet your goals. Humor: Laughter makes the difficulties more bearable. Compassion: Change is often hard, and growth can feel like struggle. Being seen and understood helps while we are learning to remember who we are.

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