“Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.”

– Carl Gustav Jung


About Me

My name is Pamela Kemp, and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and National Certified Counselor, specializing in grief, trauma, and mood disorders. I received a Master of Education from Colorado State University in Counseling and Career Development, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology from Missouri State University. I have worked in the medical field, in community-based mental health, at a university counseling center, and in private practice. 

I grew up in a rural Midwest community in a family of farmers, educators, medical professionals, first responders, and veterans. I understand the impact of vicarious trauma, the importance of community, and the potential effects on us of the systems within which we exist. 

My holistic, person-centered, humanistic approach is tailored to each client's needs. Some specific therapies I utilize include Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). I work with clients on issues of personal development, grief, traumatic experiences, and symptom management for anxiety and mood disorders. 

I currently reside in Fort Collins with my partner and two children. In my spare time I enjoy cooking, enjoying the Colorado outdoors, and reading.