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Kelly Ye
Kelly Ye
Psychology Intern

Pronouns: She/Her

Kelly Ye, M.A., is a doctoral candidate in Clinical Psychology at the University of Denver, Graduate School of Professional Psychology’s Psy.D.  program. She has previously been trained in community mental health settings, private practices, integrated primary care at Kaiser Permanente, and at Regis University's counseling center. She has experience working with young adults who struggle with depression, anxiety, trauma, adjustment concerns, relational and familial stressors, and more. Kelly received her B.A. in Psychology and B.S. in Human Development at the University of California, Davis. Kelly utilizes a relational approach to therapy, integrating aspects of psychodynamic, person-centered, existential, and acceptance and commitment therapies to foster a collaborative therapeutic experience. She strives to create a space where clients can feel seen and heard as their whole selves, including their culture and intersecting identities. Kelly’s doctoral paper focuses on the influence of Chinese values on Chinese American adult attachment and clinical 
considerations for providers. She is passionate about destigmatizing mental health in marginalized populations and is also conversational in Mandarin.

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