Kelly Marley-Smith is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) licensed in Arizona. She is certified by the National Board of Certified Counselors as a National Certified Counselor, (NCC) and recognized as an Approved Clinical Supervisor, (ACS).
Kelly has over 16 years of counseling experience in both inpatient and outpatient settings. These include, private practice, critical response teams, at-risk adolescent group homes, residential treatment centers, state prison, and behavioral schools.
Specialties include: trauma, substance abuse, domestic violence, depression, anxiety, job related difficulties/career related issues, life transitions and employee assistance.
Kelly Marley-Smith has a MS degree in Counseling, and an undergraduate degree in Business Management from University of Phoenix. She has served on the California Board of Behavioral Sciences as an LPCC Subject Matter Expert, a member of the Program Advisory Council for the social sciences programs of counseling and human services, at University of Phoenix. She has also served as a panelist for Phoenix's First Lady Nicole Stanton, in an effort to raise awareness among parents about recognizing the warning signs of bullying, and discussing the issue with their children.