Kendell Kamansky, MA-CMHC Intern
Kendell Kamansky has been living in Vermont for 10 years – originally from Massachusetts, she came to this state to attend the University of Vermont where she received a Bachelor’s degree in Public Communication and Political Science in 2017. She now lives in Williston with her fiancé and dog.
She became interested in the mental health field when she was working as Legal Advocate for Voices Against Violence, the domestic and sexual violence agency in St. Albans. In that role, she worked with survivors of domestic and sexual violence by providing support, connection to community resources, and advocacy work. She was continuously amazed by the resiliency and bravery of the survivors she worked with, which sparked her desire to walk alongside others on their healing journeys.
Kendell is currently working towards earning her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Vermont State University. Kendell’s purpose is to help you move aside the roadblocks in your life so you can foster more joy, authenticity, connection, and healing. Her approach is person-centered, non-judgemental, and strengths-based. Her intent is to act as a compassionate and understanding facilitator of client directed growth and change.