Shayna Keller


Shayna Keller

In therapy I work to create a compassionate, safe, and warm environment where you can begin to explore the parts of yourself that are suffering, be seen in all your complexity, and work collaboratively toward healing.

With adults, my focus is on helping each client find a greater sense of wholeness, connection, meaning, and capacity for self-awareness. We all have the inherent ability to navigate and adapt to adverse life events and circumstances, and therapy can help us cultivate the sense of agency and clarity we need to create inner and outer change.

With couples and families, I seek to help each member of the family system feel understood, explore new ways of relating and communicating, and break out of patterns that no longer serve them.

With children and adolescents, I apply a developmentally appropriate lens to help clients thrive, including utilizing play-based therapy and expressive arts techniques.

I am currently a Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee completing an MA in Counseling Psychology with a focus on Depth Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute. Prior to my career in mental health, I spent over a decade as a strategic advisor and manager in the social and public sector. I hold an MBA from Yale School of Management and a BA from Wesleyan University.

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Shayna Keller

Marriage & Family Therapist Trainee
NPI #1164120010
Supervised By:
Alex Tsai, LMFT #96390

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