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Chloe Anderson Kemp, LCSW

Clinical Therapist



I work with individuals 5+ and adults from any backgrounds with an array of challenges. I describe my practice style as person-centered, anti-oppression, solution-focused, strength-based, and trauma informed. You will often find me using psychodynamic therapy, humanistic therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, or play therapy techniques in session. I am also trained in Brainspotting 1 and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT).

I am someone who treats clients like the experts that they are of themselves. Through my training and background, I have a special focus in LGBTQIA+ individuals and children. 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 earned a Master of Social Work with an emphasis in Clinical Mental Health degree from the University of Wisconsin - Green Bay in 2019. In addition to outpatient work, I have experience in 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.

In addition to my work at Us 2, I enjoy camping, watching movies, cooking, trying local cuisine, and spending time with friends/family.