Our Professionals

This is the Harvest family!  Scroll to learn more about our therapists, counselors, and other members of our team.

Meet Celeste

Celeste has a HUGE heart! She’ll often go to the ends of the earth for people. She’s empathetic, intelligent, and compassionate. Celeste is responsible for the flow of the office, including scheduling appointments, answering patient inquiries, decorating, and troubleshooting any issues that may arise. She answers calls and emails during the day, and by night she’s an amazing mother. In addition to parenting, Celeste likes yoga, music, working out, and volleyball. We are very excited to have her as a part of our team.

Shelby!

This is Shelby, Harvest’s very own master-organizer. She’s pretty rad. Shelby is a LPC and LAC, and holds a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She is passionate about helping people flourish in their personal and professional lives, and often uses creative techniques in her practice. When she is not spending her time learning and practicing extensive skincare routines, she can be found reading a good book or spending time with dogs!

Harvest Therapeutic Staff Dr. Kelli

Dr. Kelli

This is Kelli. She’s cool too. She has a Doctorate of marriage and family therapy. She started Harvest Therapeutic Services to help people who have been through some shit. It’s really unfortunate that people have to go through tough things in life, but she’s dedicated to making a difference in people’s lives and helping them to live their best lives. She loves bikes, working out, tattoos, and her three children! Sadly, Dr. Kelli is not accepting new patients, but you’ll be in good hands with any of the Harvest family.

Savon

Savon is Harvest’s Director of Marketing, so he’s responsible for connecting with various organizations in the community in order to make sure people have access to the resources they need, whether at Harvest or elsewhere. Savon also teaches trauma-informed yoga (also called trauma yoga). He was certified in 2018 at Be the Change Yoga. He sees trauma yoga as a way of helping people develop a relationship between their mind, their body, and their breathing. Trauma yoga programs are offered at Harvest in 8-week closed group formats, and part of our IOP programs.

To learn more about Harvest and our team, feel free to reach out!

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