Kelley Hattox, CPC, CADC-II, ICADC
"A bit out-of-the-box and silly at times, I am always up to date on the latest research, trends, and reports in the arenas of behavioral and mental health."
Clients can expect me to be compassionately attentive and to work in collaboration with their own goals, strengths, and degrees of readiness. I will always deliver feedback and suggestions supportively and without judgment.
When clients are “stuck” or unmotivated, I see great opportunities to shift, explore, and look at how repeating patterns, old belief systems, and suppressed strengths have kept people locked out of their highest potential. There will never be criticism or shame – I seek only to help them find their own best assets and to let those powerful qualities fuel the motivational process.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
- Young Adults
- Substance Abuse
MENTAL HEALTH + WELLNESS RESOURCES
(MY FAVORITE RECOMMENDATIONS)
"The Four Agreements" by Don Miguel Ruiz
"The Anger Workbook for Women" by Laura Petracek, PhD
Kelley understands that wanting positive change is important, but to take the action steps necessary to improve our lives, we often need support. She believes that most of us do best when we are given empathy and encouragement partnered with compassionate honesty and accountability. Kelley focuses on helping clients implement tangible practices to create lasting change from a “do differently, feel differently, think differently” root perspective. Connection, trust, safety, and kindness are the foundation of all of her work.
Kelley is driven by clinical validity and ethical standards but very non-traditional and flexible, and in the field of coaching, these two dynamics get to come together in a really beautiful way.
- Road Tripping
- Pop Culture
- Social Psychology
- Certified Alcohol Drug Counselor II
- Certification, Relationship Coach - International Coaching Federation
- Certification, Relationship Violence Assessment Response
- Certification, Community Reinforcement and Family Training
- Certification, Healing Unresolved Grief with Native Populations
- California Consortium for Addiction Programs and Professionals
- Achieve Medical Center