Kelle Froberg is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC- 477410) and is under supervision pursuing an Associate Professional Counselor (APLC) licensure in the state of Georgia. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Master of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling and Case Management from Fort Valley State University. Through her internship opportunities and employment, she has become adept at working with LGBTQ+ teens and young adults, Alzheimer patients and caregivers, military veterans, and individuals with disabilities.
Kelle has provided counseling in school (private and public), community settings, care homes, shelters, and as part of veterans’ programs. These varied environments have helped her develop a dynamic approach to counseling, utilizing different therapeutic approaches based on client needs. Every person is unique with different goals, challenges, and gifts. She believes that self-discovery is a journey and enjoys helping people find their path.
Kelle is a part of the American Counseling Association and the Licensed Professional Counseling Association of Georgia.
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