MacKenzie Kerosky, MA, LMHCA
As a clinical therapist, I am honored to hear people’s stories and witness incredible resilience in the face of trauma, intersections of injustice, and the stigma surrounding seeking help. My passion is in empowering clients in recognizing their own strengths and building upon them in a safe and nonjudgmental atmosphere. I am committed to being culturally respectful and an ally to diverse communities. I have worked in community mental health with children, teens, and their families, as well as providing holistic care alongside medical providers.
I am a dynamic therapist who utilizes a variety of tools, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Psychoanalysis, and Play Therapy with an emphasis on Systems. Human development is cornerstone to my practice. I have utilized these tools with clients facing Trauma, Substance Use, Eating Disorders, Postpartum Depression, Grief, Anxiety, and Depression.
My love of learning, empowering others, and curious nature has driven my educational experiences. I have a Bachelors of the Arts in Psychology from the University of Alaska and Masters of Science in Counseling Psychology from Alaska Pacific University. I have worked and interned at a variety of agencies in Alaska. I find great joy in the outdoors and exploring
the Pacific Northwest.