BIOGRAPHY

Chloe Anderson Kemp, LCSW, PMH-C

clinical therapist

She/Her/Hers

safe alley

I am someone who treats clients like the experts of their own lives. Through my training and background, I have a special focus working with complex trauma, children/adolescents and young adults, LGBTQIA+ health, and woman’s health. My goal in supporting youth and their families is to provide psychoeducation while encouraging caregivers and supports to create the opportunity for validation, open dialogue, and autonomy. I work with individuals 5+ and adults from any background with an array of challenges.

I describe my practice style as person-centered, compassion focused, strength-based, trauma informed, and psychoanalytic. You will often find me using psychodynamic therapy, humanistic therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, or play therapy techniques in session. My prior experience includes intensive in-home systemic therapy for children and their families, in-home therapy for children on the Autism Spectrum, in-home respite care for children with different abilities, and group work with LGBTQIA+ youth. Additionally, I developed and facilitate our Girl Power Group: A program of self-discovery and empowerment for high school girls.

I enjoy camping, cinema, cooking, playing with my pug, Kevin, and spending time with friends/family

Chloe

SPECIALTIES

Complex Trauma

Child, adolescent, and young adults

LGBTQIA+

Women’s Health

ADDITIONAL TRAININGS

DBT

Brainspotting Phase 1

B-CBT

Perinatal Mental Health

EDUCATION

Masters of Social Work with a Clinical Emphasis - University of Wisconsin - Green Bay

Bachelors in Clinical Social Work - University of Wisconsin - Green Bay