Kelsey Allen-Dicker, LCSW Psychotherapist Kelsey Allen-Dicker, LCSW is a psychotherapist specializing in the evaluation and treatment of children, adolescents, adults and family/parents. Her areas of expertise include providing care for people suffering with anxiety, depression and eating disorders in addition to helping people with relationship and social issues, life stressors and transitions, and behavioral issues. Using evidence-based approaches and theories, Kelsey incorporates various therapeutic models including dialectical behavior therapy, mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy as well as solution focused and strength-based approaches. Guidance and compassion are provided throughout the treatment process as she helps you gain specific life tools which will assist you today and enhance your progress into the future. Kelsey has completed advanced training in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) at the Albert Ellis Institute and family therapy at the Ackerman Institute for the Family. She has extensive counseling experience working in the school setting with students with emotional, social and behavioral needs, facilitating family therapy and parent coaching, and consulting with school faculty. Additionally, Kelsey has previously worked in intensive outpatient programming with women with eating disorders where she was trained in dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). Kelsey earned her Master of Social Work at Fordham University with a specialization in children and families, and her Bachelor of Science in Psychology at Union College.