We guide and accompany you on your journey.
Founder & Clinical Director
Dr. Kellie Rice is the founder and Clinical Director of the Mind Body Co-op. Kellie leads her team with a solution focused approach, while attending to the clinical needs of her clients. Kellie is a Certified Group Psychotherapist and believes that the power of creating honest, open relationships in the context of group provides fertile ground for change.
Drummond is a registered therapy dog who is 6 years old and has a passion for helping clients’ learn about setting boundaries. Drummond loves to cuddle and is always looking for a lap to lay upon. Fortunately, Drummond also respects the word “No,” and will gracefully take a nap if his cuddles are not wanted. His ability to shameless take up space, ask for love and respect boundaries of others makes him a special addition to the MBC team. Please contact Drummond’s handler, Dr. Rice for more information regarding sessions with Drummond.
Elizabeth McCarthy, LPC
As a Licensed Professional Counselor, Elizabeth McCarthy attends to the unique needs and goals of each individual using a strong collaborative and relational approach. Elizabeth believes that working together to establish a relationship built on safety and trust lays the foundation for exploration and growth.
Victoria Te You Moore, LPC
Victoria Te You Moore is a trilingual Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) specializing in treating depression, anxiety, trauma, life transitions, relationship issues, self-esteem issues, work-related stress, family-of-origin issues, and cross-cultural issues.
Erinn Williams, LCPC
Erinn is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a background in Music Therapy. She seeks to fully understand the challenges and struggles that her clients face and draws from her areas of expertise to help them overcome these issues.
Jamie Elizabeth Klausing
Reiki Master, Nia Trainer
“When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be.” – Lao Tzu
As a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Victoria Kessinger treats children, teens and adults who struggle with intense moods, eating disorders, addiction, self harm, Anxiety and PTSD. She practices scientifically based psychotherapy modalities; Dialectical-Behavioral Therapy and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy.
As a Licensed Professional Counselor, Dylan Nelson-Sease practices from a humanistic approach that is trauma-informed and tailored to each client’s needs. He believes that trauma is a universal human experience that can be complex in nature or characterized by the struggles of daily life. He aims to create a warm, reflective environment where people have the capacity for personal growth and a deeper understanding of what it means to be human.
Therapeutic Yoga Specialist
Sharla offers individual and small group yoga instruction. She works with clients who have experienced physical and emotional trauma, and she has a particular interest in 12-step recovery and Adult Children of Alcoholic/dysfunctional families (ACOA).