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Keeley Teemsma is a New York State Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Psychotherapist. Ms. Teemsma holds graduate degrees in Sociology and Clinical Social Work from CUNY Queens College and New York University, respectively. She is often an “expert consultant” for various televised and print media. In addition to publication in TIME, she has conducted original research on attitudes and behaviors of law enforcement personnel, as well as political polling, and public opinion research on a variety of topics including religion, family life, finance, and risk-taking behaviors. Ms. Teemsma has worked as a Clinical Quality Improvement consultant and has had direct clinical experience with adults, youth, and families.
What makes your practice special when compared with others in the area?
My specialties are vastly different from the other therapists in my immediate and surrounding neighborhood, some of which include personality disorders, hoarding, video game/electronics addiction, young adult issues, OCD, obesity, law enforcement/public personnel and their families, LGBT issues, trans* issues and gender dysphoria, kink & poly lifestyles, and serious & persistent mental illnesses, just to name a few.
What are you and your team proud of at your practice?
I love what I do! I offer individual, family, and relationship counseling/therapy. I also have a therapy cat named Emmett, who can be available upon request. I work with a diverse clientele, ranging from 13 to 70+ in age, as well as various ethnicities and nationalities. I've not met any two people with the same exact issues, so this affords me the opportunity to be creative and tailor treatment to each individual's needs and preferences. I also enjoy that my work also allows me to encourage wellness and physical health to make individual's more aware of their bodies and how their health impacts our mental status.