Daniel Kelty completed his masters in social work degree in 2012 from the University of Cincinnati with a focus on mental health with internships focusing on death, dying and complicated grief. Previously, he earned his bachelors degree in psychology from New College in San Francisco California and is currently in pursuit of a PhD. In social work. Daniel holds an independent license in social work with a designation for supervision issued by the state of Ohio. He is passionate about the LGBT community with a specific interest in the transgender genderqueer communities. He feels strongly about helping individuals health from trauma and family dysfunction. Daniel is also a published author. He co-wrote a textbook, Veterans in social work practice. It is currently used in the masters level social work program at the University of Cincinnati. Daniel is committed to meeting each person where they are in their journey and helping people find healing in their natural world. He has over 15 years experience working with individuals of all ages. He has worked in schools, outpatient mental health and in a previous private practice on a farm facilitating ecotherapy with a focus on the healing connection between people and animals. He has received specialized training in ecotherapy, trauma informed care and other evidence based modalities. Daniel is excited to be joining our Clintonville community and is sure to be an asset to the growing needs of the mental health community.
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