Kellie Kintz, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Kellie’s professional life is dedicated to working with adults, children and families in varying stages of life challenges. Her professional experience in hospital, hospice and private practice settings has shaped her compassionate approach focused on building strong therapeutic relationships with her clients. Kellie utilizes evidenced-based psychotherapeutic treatments to help clients achieve a reduction in symptoms and improve their overall wellness.
Additionally, Kellie has extensive experience and training in crisis intervention and critical incident stress management. Drawing upon this knowledge, Kellie partners with her clients to create trusting, supportive relationships that enhance strengths and interpersonal capabilities. Kellie provides individual, couples, family and group therapy in the areas of relapse prevention and grief/loss with adults and older adults. Kellie is a Medicare provider.
Kellie has co-authored a book on grief and loss that will soon be published.
- Bachelor of Social Work- University of South Florida
- Masters of Social Work- Barry University
- Foundational DBT Training – The Linehan Institute/Behavioral Tech (February, 2015)
- Qualified Supervisor