Kelly Serafini is a clinical psychologist and a Seattle native. She attended the University of Washington for her undergraduate training and received her PhD from Seattle Pacific University. She spent several years living in Connecticut while she attended Yale School of Medicine for her clinical internship and post-doctoral training. Kelly has a focus on behavioral health, and she is both nationally certified and state-certified in the treatment of addiction. Kelly teaches within the following curricular areas: behavioral health, anti-racism, and wellness. She also provides patient care, supervises psychology practicum students, and is involved in clinical research. She actively publishes in scientific journals and presents at national conferences. She is passionate about providing quality healthcare to underserved populations. Kelly enjoys spending quality time with her husband, friends, and family. Additionally, she is an avid traveler, loves hiking, and reading novels in Spanish.