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Kelly Jameson, PhD, LPC-S is a licensed therapist and public speaker based in Dallas, Texas. She works with both adolescents and adults on life’s tough issues, both big and small. On the road, she excites audiences with educational and engaging presentations about the intersection of mental health and real life. More information can be found at www.drkellyjameson.com
Dr. Kelly Jameson is both a public speaker and a therapist in private practice in Dallas, Texas. She works with adolescents and adults on a variety of issues including mood disorders, personality disorders, marital issues, family conflict and personal growth. When she’s not in session, she can be found around town speaking to businesses and schools about the intersection of mental health and real life.
She was trained as a systems therapist and her research background includes: women and guilt, the effects of infertility on marital satisfaction, and psychological effects of adolescent heartbreak. Her therapeutic style is casual but rooted in the techniques of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Systems Therapy and Narrative Therapy. She is licensed by the State of Texas as a Professional Counselor with Supervisor status.
She currently serves on the Board of Directors for The Grant Halliburton Foundation, an organization dedicated to strengthening the network of mental health resources for children, teens and young adults; promote better mental health; and prevent suicide.
Dr. Jameson is a Kentucky-grown, extroverted lastborn of three girls, an ESFJ on the Meyers-Briggs and a 3 on the Enneagram. She’s married to Dallas attorney Chris Jameson and they have three children who remind her daily that you can never truly master the art of parenting. When she’s not doing all the things listed above, she likes to read, make lists, listen to podcasts, drink coffee and spend countless hours on Pinterest (because visualizing the best version of your life requires some research!)