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Chatham Kennedy

Trauma Informed Therapist

Chatham Kennedy, LMSW, is a dedicated therapist with experience, passion, and a desire to help others through difficult times. She brings enthusiasm, compassion, authenticity, creativity, and relatability to the therapeutic relationship. Chatham works with people who are recovering from broken homes and broken families, sexual abuse, depression, anxiety, attachment disorders, PTSD, marital counseling, and life adjustments. Her understanding within the world of children and adolescents helps her bridge the communication gap between parents and their kids. 

Chatham utilizes an evidence-based approach with an emphasis on cognitive behavioral therapy, cognitive processing therapy, and focuses on rewiring the brain after trauma. She also integrates a holistic model of treatment and uses creative expression in her healing work.

Chatham graduated with a minor in English and her Bachelor’s in Social Work from Mississippi State University. She received her Master’s in Social Work from The University of Alabama with a concentration in working with children, adolescents, and their families. Chatham holds a certificate in Trauma-Informed Child Advocacy.

Specialties & Therapeutic Modalities

EMDR, trauma, sexual abuse, attachment disorders, children, adolescents, families, pre-marital, chronic illness, depression, and anxiety

Accepting clients



United Healthcare, Cigna, & Carefirst BCBS

self pay


Education / Certifications

Mississippi State University  

Bachelor of Social Work

The University of Alabama  

Master of Social Work

Trauma-Informed Child Advocacy  

Mississippi State University

Parent/Child Interaction Therapy trained

EMDR Level 1 Trained