Chelsey Micciche, LPC

John in three words: Genuine, Enthusiastic and Dedicated

Chelsey Micciche, LPC is a Licensed Professional Counselor experienced in working with adolescents, families and adults in addressing a variety of mental health needs. She has provided intensive in-home services to high-risk children and their families with delivering crisis management, parent guidance and school-based support. She has experience working with individuals in an outpatient setting, providing therapeutic support and treatment to address a variety of mental health needs such as depression and other mood-related disorders, anxiety, ADHD, attachment and/or behavioral issues and trauma-related disorders.

Chelsey uses an eclectic approach as she incorporates evidence-based framework from trauma-informed, strength-based and cognitive practices. She embraces the fundamental teachings of humanistic psychology and Rogerian therapy, emphasizing the importance of the therapeutic relationship and encouraging personal growth, self-awareness and healing throughout the therapeutic process. By using a person-centered approach, Chelsey brings compassion, warmth and understanding into her client’s unique journey in overcoming challenges and achieving their goals. She is certified in Cognitive Processing Therapy and has training in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT).

Chelsey enjoys spending quality time with her family, visiting new places and going on scenic nature walks. She likes to participate in seasonal activities such as kayaking and snowboarding. Many people describe Chelsey as being easy-going, kind-hearted and spontaneous, always ready to experience new things and create memorable moments with the people she loves.

Chelsey provides:
  • Individual counseling for children, adolescents, adults, and families.
  • Parenting, relationship and family problems, divorce, or blended families.
  • Anxiety, Depression, Behavioral Disorders, ADHD, Autism.
  • Communication Issues and Life Stage adjustment issues.
  • Issues regarding sexuality and gender
  • Stress, panic, obsessive compulsive disorder, and phobias
  • Employment related stress or burnout