I approach therapy as an individual journey and opportunity for growth.
Using an integrative approach, I help guide clients in discovering the source of their mindset, emotions and behavior in a way that aims to expand their understanding of themselves, while also promoting change towards becoming more of who they aspire to be.
I use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP), mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), PAC model, Psychodynamic theories, positive psychology approaches and attachment theory.
I work with a broad spectrum of clients, primarily people with Anxiety Disorders, Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, depression, Trauma, psychosis, and those navigating gender-related difficulties.
Kelly Daddow is a clinical Psychology intern at Vantage Point while completing her final year of graduate education from California School of Professional Psychology, Sacramento. Here, she served four years in leadership, and was honored to serve as President of Student Government Association.
She also served two years as a teaching assistant, specializing in the education of administration, scoring and interpreting Intellectual Assessments for doctoral-level clinicians. During her undergrad education, Kelly graduated with honors from California State University, Chico, receiving her Psychology degree and minoring in Gender Studies.
Kelly also holds other degrees in Psychology, Social Sciences and Language Studies with a specialty focus on Deaf Studies.
Supervised by Dr. Karen Miller, Licensed Clinical Psychologist #PSY32141
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