Prior to becoming a therapist, Kellett worked for over 15 years in the entertainment industry, providing him unique understanding and first-hand knowledge of most interpersonal challenges confronting those who work in the entertainment industry and an appreciation of the trials and tribulations that come with the creative mind and soul. Kellett also has a wealth of experience working with substance abuse, co-occurring disorders, trauma, and LGBTQIA clients. He enjoys working with individuals as well as couples and families. Although Kellett fondly looks back on his years in entertainment, a process of introspection led him to discover that his true passion lies in connecting with people.
Clients like you find Kellett to be very empathetic, genuine, connected, and collaborative. While working with Kellett, clients find their time with him to be truly invaluable. One of Kellett’s former clients’ notes “I am finding myself in ways I never thought possible with goals and hope for a future of living not just surviving. I truly credit Kellett’s believing in me helped me through a life-changing and life-affirming experience.” We have seen how Kellett truly gives clients 110 percent.
Many may not know that: Kellett is a certified le Cordon Bleu chef. He can cook up a mean Coq au vin. He is also an artist. Before going to graduate school at UCLA for film producing and directing, he wanted to be a self-supporting artist. Kellett still does his art and yes, everyone mispronounces his name.