Every person should be honored as the expert of their own experience. As such, Kendall believes that clients deserve a safe and respectful space to work through the experiences that separate them from a sense of peace or the life they want. Unique strengths and a sense of resiliency are intrinsic in each person, and Kendall sees therapy as a profoundly beneficial tool for uncovering individualized keys to healing, self-discovery, and personal growth regardless of where a client may be on their journey to wellness.
Kendall approaches work with clients from a place of warmth, compassion, and collaboration. She utilizes a variety of evidence-based practices, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, and other strengths-based techniques. Kendall works with individuals struggling with grief, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and life transitions. She has a particular interest in working with developmental trauma as well as loss in its many forms—whether it be loss of a loved one, job, pet, or relationship.
Kendall earned her Master’s in Social Work in 2019 from the University at Buffalo and is excited to return to her hometown of Atlanta. Her experience includes work with disaster survivors, career counseling, and many years in funeral service. She is trained in EMDR and hopes to pursue certification in EMDR as well as grief counseling. When not in session, Kendall enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with her cat.
Kendall is supervised by Steve Harris, LCSW, CSAT-S.