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Last updated: 6/26/2017
Dr. Emily Keller
Professional -- Branch: NorthCarolina
Profile Link: http://www.a4pt.org/member/drkeller
Professional Information
Southeast Institute for Group and Family Therapy
Co-Director, Vice President
Chapel Hill
North Carolina
27312  United States
210 9122805 (Phone)
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  North Carolina
  PhD
  LPC
  NCC
  Counseling
  Non-Profit
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  7/31/2017
  LPC
Education/Experience
PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision with a focus on relational-cultural and social justice. Advanced training in transactional analysis, gestalt therapy, redecision therapy, family therapy, and couples therapy. Currently, I am co-director and vice president of Southeast Institute for Group and Family Therapy. In 2019, Southeast Institute will celebrate 50 years of therapist training and actively working toward social justice. I am honored to work there and take their international reputation of increasing the common good into the next 50 years. Play therapy fits right into our mission!
Social/Volunteer Organizations
I serve as vice president of operations for the International Transactional Analysis Association and serve on a number of committees in various organizations. Locally, I enjoy working with my children to collect food and books for our community. We run a neighborhood mobile (little red wagon) library as part of those efforts.
More Information
I have been married for 17 years to my husband who serves in the Air Force. Together, we are raising 4 boys age 3 - 11. I specialize in helping people and families develop emotional regulation skills. And I REALLY get to practice what I preach during deployments! I love helping individuals and couples and families create the safety and develop the skilss they need to "feel together" again. My truest passion is in helping everyone get in touch with the wonder in the world around them, especially the wonder within themselves. By increasing wonder, we can discover our truth and change society for the better.
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