Kelli Dixon, LGMFT
Kelli Dixon is a compassionate and dedicated Licensed Graduate Marriage and Family Therapist with a wealth of experience in helping individuals, couples, and families navigate through life’s challenges. She provides a safe and empathetic space for clients to explore and address their concerns recognizes the complexity of the human experience and understands that individuals may face a variety of difficulties, including anxiety, depression, relationship problems, faith transitions, trauma, parenting, grief and loss, and so much more. With a client-centered and strengths-based approach, she collaborates with clients to identify their unique strengths and develop effective coping strategies to foster growth and healing. As an LGBTQ+ affirming therapist, Kelli is committed to creating an inclusive and supportive environment for clients of all sexual orientations and gender identities. She understands the unique challenges faced by the LGBTQ+ community and strives to provide culturally competent and affirming care. With a deep respect for the resilience of the human spirit, Kelli works to empower her clients to overcome obstacles and create positive change in their lives. Her warm and non-judgmental demeanor, combined with her clinical expertise, allows clients to explore their thoughts and emotions freely, facilitating a transformative therapeutic experience.
Whether you are seeking support for personal growth, navigating a difficult life transition, or addressing mental health concerns, Kelli is here to guide you on your journey toward greater fulfillment and resilience.
Hi! Thanks for taking a look. It is so important to the therapeutic process that you find a therapist that’s the right fit! Sometimes that takes some searching, which I know is exhausting and time-consuming. Let me tell you a little about myself in case you need more information to help make your decision. I was born and raised in northern Utah (Snow! Mountains! Mormons!) and attended Utah State University, where I completed my undergraduate degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology. I also happened to meet and marry my husband there! Since then, we’ve lived in nearly every region of the country and even three years overseas in Germany. You guessed it… military life.
I completed my master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy through Capella University, all while navigating moves, parenting, deployments, awkward interactions as an American in Europe, love, loss, growth, hope, fear, moments of rage-cleaning, beauty, uncertainty, disappointment, joy, adventure, anxiety, too many pets, courage, stagnation, depression, and all the things in-between. All of this shapes how I show up as a therapist. Nothing is off-topic when you’re talking with me and, as it should be, humor is always encouraged.