Chelsea Randall earned her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University Seattle. She completed her internship with Clemson University Counseling and Psychological Services, where she joined the trauma treatment team and served clients with a history of sexual, developmental, and complex traumas. She has conducted psychological evaluations for children and adults referred for various developmental, educational, and behavioral concerns.
In her therapy practice, Dr. Randall has particular interests working through issues of trauma, relational difficulties, anxiety, interpersonal betrayal, anger, depression, gender transition, and identity development. She additionally enjoys working with individuals of diverse sexual and gender identities, including the LGBTQIA+, kink, and polyamorous communities.
Dr. Randall uses psychodynamic, attachment, trauma-informed, and cognitive behavioral theories in her work with therapy clients. Through an attachment lens, she views the therapy relationship as authentic and a key part of the healing process. She seeks to collaborate with her clients to support them in forming greater self-awareness, empowerment, and connection.