Keeley McFall, SWLC BBH-SWLC-LIC-57410

When our world begins to tighten, reaching out for support can take a lot of strength and courage. Through connection, authenticity, and presence in the here and now, we can begin to create more spaciousness in their experience, bit by bit.

Keeley McFall supports adults from diverse backgrounds in navigating challenges related to anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship concerns, grief, and life transitions. Her therapeutic approach is trauma-informed and she is committed to the ongoing practice of cultural humility. She utilizes somatic awareness, Attachment Theory, parts work, and mindfulness-based approaches like MBCT and ACT. Keeley works collaboratively with clients to tailor a therapeutic approach that aligns with each client’s unique values and goals. Keeley has completed training in Emotionally Focused Therapy for couples and is engaged in ongoing training for Attachment-Focused EMDR and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy.

Keeley brings a warm, attuned presence to her sessions and believes that an authentic therapeutic relationship is a catalyst for growth and change. She deeply believes in all humans’ innate capacity for healing. Her goal is to create an environment where clients can feel safe enough to embrace all the healing path can bring, including joy, grief, vulnerability, and humor. Keeley works with adults and couples 18+ and is LGBTQIA+ affirming.

Outside the therapy office, Keeley enjoys riding her bike, taking walks with her sweet pup, drinking coffee, and birdwatching.

Keeley received her Masters in Social Work from the University of Montana in 2022 and is currently supervised by Hillary Welzenbach BBH-LCPC-LIC-1360 and Vasa Parsons BBH-LCSW-LIC-2119.