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Holly Keller, LMHC

Holly Keller, LMHC

she/her

Licensed in WA #LH 61337830
Insurances Accepted: Aetna, Cigna/Evernorth
My role is to support your journey of healing and growth, restoring your connection with your true self.

My Therapy Style

Healing is a personal journey driven by individual responsibility — a path only you can walk. As your therapist, I guide you in developing self-care habits and stability. We'll build rapport in a safe space, tailored to your needs. I offer clear guidance, and reframing perspectives to challenge negative beliefs. Adhering to ethical guidelines ensures quality care. Therapy is effective when embraced as personal responsibility, never imposed or punitive. My role is to support your journey of healing and growth, restoring your connection with your true self.

Education & Training

MS - Clinical Psychology, Eastern Washington University

Get to Know Me

Why did you become a mental health professional?

I chose to become a mental health professional after experiencing personal struggles as a child and receiving transformative care from a therapist. The profound positive impact of this support inspired me to pursue a career in therapy. I was captivated by my therapist's calm demeanor and wanted to embody that same sense of composure during times of stress.

Moreover, I sought deeper knowledge to understand my experiences and human behavior more fully. Mental health is a profession where continuous learning is essential, allowing me to constantly improve myself and share knowledge to enhance others' quality of life. This journey of growth and empathy is deeply fulfilling and drives my commitment to helping others navigate their own paths to healing and well-being.

What are your interests outside of work?

Outside of work, I actively seek opportunities to engage with my community. I volunteer for a local organization dedicated to rebuilding and preserving our community. I also have a passion for the outdoors and make it a priority to spend time outside every day, even if it's just to feel the grass under my toes.

In my leisure time, I enjoy listening to psychology-based podcasts, staying active through exercise, and cherishing moments with my family. These activities enrich my life and complement my dedication to mental health and community well-being.

What is one thing you do daily that supports your well-being?

To support my mental health daily, I have an intentionally slow morning routine. I take my time waking up and savoring the quiet moments. I then enjoy a hot drink while catching up on yesterday's news. This ritual helps me mentally prepare for the day ahead without feeling rushed, setting a calm and focused tone for my mornings.

How do you recharge?

I recharge by intentionally slowing down and unplugging from my phone. I find solace in sitting in my hammock in the yard or going for long walks. These activities allow me to disconnect from the busyness of life, immerse myself in nature, and rejuvenate my mind and spirit. In the summer, I also enjoy visiting nearby lakes for paddle boarding. There is something incredibly calming and healing about being on the water, which adds to my sense of peace and well-being.