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Kailey Bradley

Kailey Bradley

Adjunct Instructor

Kailey earned her Bachelor of Arts from Mount Vernon Nazarene University in 2012 and finished her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Ashland Theological Seminary in 2015.  Kailey is a licensed professional clinical counselor with supervisor endorsement in the state of Ohio.

Kailey has a background in hospice work and feels that companioning and advocating for grievers is her life’s passion. Kailey believes that grief is not a problem to be solved or a diagnosis to fix. Kailey’s goal through her trainings, groups, classes and individual counseling sessions is to create a refuge where the normal plethora of emotions of grief are normalized and accepted as valid.

Kailey specializes in working with individuals of all ages, with special interest and care given to children’s bereavement, complicated grief, perinatal loss, spiritual trauma and chronic illness. Kailey has completed training at the center for loss and life transition and is a licensed clinical thanatologist through ADEC (The Association of Death Educators and Counselors).  She is currently a PHD student at Ohio University working towards her doctorate in Counseling Education and Supervision.

Kailey’s current areas of research include Enfranchisement of Grief in Counseling Supervision and Disability Advocacy within the counseling education classroom.

Kailey currently operates her own private practice with her husband Stephen and they live in Ashland, Ohio.