Kellina's Empowerment & Consultation

​Specializing in Depression, Anxiety, and Self Esteem for young professionals with disabilities

Find Your Path

Is it hard talking to your friends and family because they can't understand the challenges you face as a person with disabilities?

Speaking with someone who can relate to your experience can help you overcome your fears to conquer anxiety and depression. 

​Do you want to be heard, not judged, but supported? 

Take the next step toward learning self-care and achieving your goals with me.

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Anxiety

2.

Self Esteem

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Depression

4.

Bipolar 

5.

Stress

My Approach

As a life coach, I support individuals in creating positive long-term changes in their lives. My goal is to bring extraordinary qualities that align their goals and bring positive direction to everyday life. My clients will discover their true selves and understand that challenges are a part of life's journey that they can overcome and enjoy their life and accomplish goals they have outlined. 

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About me

I am a young entrepreneur, life coach, and activist who loves to help people with disabilities on their journey to personal growth and educate others about the deaf community. Little do people know I am a deaf person (hard of hearing). My goal is to ensure everybody feels included, especially those who feel challenged with their disability. People with disabilities who struggle with mental health often feel excluded from society, and I am here to change the stigma and redefine inclusivity for all. 

 

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Individual
Therapy

You deserve to be heard and to speak your mind freely without judgement. Let's start defining who you are and learn skills to improve and rebuild your life! These sessions will teach you to take control and feel empowered in this safe and inclusive space and beyond.

2.

Couples
Therapy

Difficulties communicating with your partner? Let's explore together and grow. These sessions will provide a safe space to navigate and work through difficult conversations, enhancing your relationships by learning new strategies to work together.

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Family
Therapy

Family conflict can be complex for anyone to cope with and find a resolution, especially for anyone overcoming anxiety and depression while struggling with a disability. Let's start learning how to have conversations that allow for openness, listening to each other, and creating space for positive change. 

Kellina always approaches situations holistically which allows her to interpret things from a different point of view  

Jesscia P. Age 23