Kelly is skilled at mass media content but can also write humor, academic papers, educational articles and on occasion, limericks.
She enjoys writing about topics relating to art, psychology, pop culture, and medicine.
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Kelly studied at the University of Missouri-Columbia in the field of Psychology with an emphasis on community based approaches. She was a research assistant on studies about youth self esteem, borderline personality disorder, and visual deception cues.
Kelly has been a certified personal trainer for ten years. She has worked with a variety of populations in a variety of environments. Currently, she works with private clients in their homes. Her training modalities focus on strength training, post surgery or injury rehabilitation, core strength, functional training, weight loss, flexibility and general fitness.
Adjunct to her personal training experience, Kelly has worked with her clients to address a number of health issues. Physical fitness often encompasses other issues such as osteoporosis, nerve impingement and mobility problems. Kelly has worked with doctors and physical therapists to provide a complete circle of care for her clients.
Kelly has experience as a social worker and a mental health professional. She has worked in a transitional housing unit with mental health patients. She volunteered for several years at a domestic violence shelter. She provided case management for homeless families and special populations. She has also coordinated volunteer training at an agency that provides volunteer services for the elderly.
Kelly has created blogs for fitness and health portals as well as research websites. She can adopt conversation or academic tones.
Kelly has written numerous research driven articles about fitness, health and wellness.