Kelsey Hojan-Clark, Graduate Clinical Intern (Beginning January 2024)
I am currently a graduate student in Villanova University’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program. I hope to work with a broad spectrum of clients across varying needs, among which can include individuals, couples, families, and groups coping with personal and relational obstacles. Additionally, I strongly desire to become trained to best help members of the LGBTQIA+ community and continue to educate myself with a multicultural approach.
As I continue to learn about theoretical approaches and evidence-based practices, I find that I align most with a person-centered approach. I value the focus on a person’s self-awareness as a method towards self-acceptance and believe that, because of my empathy, I would have the capacity to show up with caring and authenticity to empower clients. I believe that people are more than a diagnoses or label assigned to them. My goal is to both advocate and provide support for the unique experiences and nuances that people face.
I welcome the opportunity to work with you to uncover what’s blocking you from reaching your full potential.
“Real change, enduring change, happens one step at a time.”
– Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Education & Credentials:
Villanova University – Master’s of Clinical Mental Health Counseling (Currently in attendance, pending graduation)
Harvard University – Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Additional Training & Languages
Proficient in Spanish
Professional Memberships & Affiliations
American Counseling Association
Toastmasters International -Vice President of Education