Meet Kenya

Kenya Campbell, MFT Resident

As a resident therapist, I am passionate about journeying with people who desire to see healing and transformation in their lives. Uncertain times can often produce feelings of insecurity and heightened emotional distress. You may find yourself experiencing anxiety, depression, relational conflict, grief, loss, and isolation in these times of crisis.  It is important to understand you are not alone and help is available.  Buried beneath the emotional distress you may be experiencing is authentic you waiting to emerge.

In our work together, we’ll learn to identify repetitive generational interactional patterns as we examine how the past might be influencing your present and future. In working with me you can expect to journey toward renewed mental and emotional awareness and healing as you gain the motivation to start the journey toward healing.  Together we will build the momentum necessary to identify how to live in your truth as an individual, family or couple.

I obtained my Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Christian Theological Seminary and my Bachelor of Science in Legal Administration from Ball State University.  I currently work under the clinical and site supervision of Anita Adams LMFT IN#35001887A.  I have over 25 years of experience working with families in our community as they navigate larger systems and journey towards healing and wholeness. 

My therapeutic approach is affirming, person-centered, strength-based, relational, and non-judgmental.  It is my desire to honor your decision to prioritize your emotional and mental wellbeing as it is the one of the highest forms of self-care.  My goal is to provide you with the tools and evidence-based practices necessary to move you forward.  Let’s build momentum as your journey towards your authentic self.

“Kenya Campbell has always been accessible and committed to her clients. She has always held myself and daughter accountable throughout our process to rebuild our relationship and mental health. Prior to starting therapy with Kenya, my preteen daughter attempted suicide and struggled severely with anxiety and depression. However, since working with Kenya, my daughter has learned how to cope and manage her anxiety and suppress her depression. The passion and commitment Kenya possesses is incomparable. Kenya is honest, trustworthy and knowledgeable. She has always offered sound suggestions and advice. Because of this, my daughter and I have a better understanding of one another and are rebuilding a stronger bond and relationship.”



Most frequent questions and answers

Sessions are typically 50 minutes long for individuals and 80 minutes for couples and families.  There is availability for longer sessions based on your needs and my availability.

In the first session we will spend the first few minutes reviewing your forms, highlighting a few of my practice policies, and answering any and all questions you have.  We will move as  quickly or as slowly as you would like as we explore your reasons for engaging in therapy while I answer any questions you may have concerning the process.

Ultimately, I leave that decision up to my clients–as it is often an individual decision with many different factors.  My experience assists me with understanding that it is most helpful for people to initially begin with weekly or biweekly counseling so they can gain some momentum with the process and begin seeing some movement and growth without feeling like they are “starting over” each time they come.  However, I understand circumstances may dictate less frequent sessions.

I am currently offering 5-10 minute phone consultations.  You can also schedule an initial appointment to aid in deciding whether or not I am a good fit, for helping you reach your desired outcomes. 

New clients can schedule appointments though the schedule or services tab.  Existing clients may utilize the “Client Portal” feature at any time to schedule, reschedule, cancel appointments & send me secure messages, if needed.  The “Client Portal” link can be found under the “scheduling” tab above.