Kelly Kulp, MA


Kelly’s professional experience has been diverse and interdisciplinary. She first earned a Bachelor of Arts in History from West Chester University and then a Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling from Kutztown University.

Kelly employs a person-centered approach in all her therapy sessions, regardless of the format. She emphasizes the Rogerian core conditions of empathy, congruence, and non-judgment to empower individuals to make positive changes. Her treatment interventions are individualized and incorporate active listening, mindfulness-based activities, coping skills building, and strengths-based practices. Kelly’s profound enthusiasm for her own long-term recovery journey deeply influences her work, particularly in supporting systems, setting boundaries, addressing codependency, and improving family relationships.