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Updated on Nov 07, 2023

Meet some of the top rated therapists in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Kelsey Barbieri, LCSW

California, LCSW #71394; Arizona, LCSW #LCSW-18501; Nevada, LCSW #8773-C; Wyoming, LCSW #LCSW-1251; Oklahoma, LCSW #8807; Vermont, LICSW #89.0096739; Florida, Licensed Telehealth Provider #TPSW2226

Seeing clients since 2010
About Kelsey | She/her

Kelsey received her MSW from the University of Vermont in 2012. She has worked in a variety of settings including schools, military bases, community health centers and in private practice. Kelsey has done extensive training on modalities to treat trauma and other chronic conditions, including Brainspotting, EMDR and TRE. She specializes in treating complex trauma and her ideal clients are those that have been in therapy for years, but are still struggling with past trauma or stuck thought patterns. She also enjoys working with couples and clients who are working to break unhealthy financial patterns. Kelsey is certified in Brainspotting, Financial Social Work, and the SYMBIS Assessment.

Message to clients

Effective therapy goes beyond finding a therapist with the right training; you also need to find the right connection. I offer my clients a unique energetic attunement (even through teletherapy)! As our therapeutic relationship grows, you may find that I can sense feelings you are having in your body or deeper emotions you are experiencing without you even saying a word. Utilizing a combination of techniques, we will tailor a plan specifically to you. We will check in along the way to make sure you feel comfortable and that we are meeting your needs. After all, YOU are the expert on your life. I am a guide to help you dig a little deeper, stay motivated, and make the change you have been yearning to experience!


Masters of Social Work | University of Vermont, 2012

Race and ethnicity


Cultural and experiential knowledge

White culture

Languages spoken


Spiritual knowledge


None listed

Virtual or in person

Virtual Only


Anxiety, Couples counseling, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Additional areas of focus

Abuse, Bipolar disorder, Depression, Life transitions, Medical trauma, Military families, Mindfulness and/or meditation, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Panic attacks, Premarital counseling, Self esteem/self worth, Sexual harassment, abuse, and/or assault, Social anxiety, Stress, Trauma, Veterans/military services

Therapeutic style

Solution-oriented, Humorous, Empowering


Brainspotting, Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), EMDR, Family systems, Mindfulness based, Solution-focused brief therapy, Strength-based therapy




Individual Session



Couples Session



Family Session

Sliding scale

Does not offer sliding scale spots

Insurance accepted
Does not work directly with insurance companies
Works with your out of network benefits to get you reimbursed for therapy
Click here to check your out of network benefits for free
Peer review

Kelsey is an amazing therapist who is knowledgeable about multiple evidence-based practices. She is warm, kind, and inviting in the difficult work of exploring trauma and practical applications for managing it in the world. Kelsey is prepared to guide you to becoming your best self.

—Rebecca Bernstein, LCSW
Peer review

Kelsey is a kind, intelligent, resourceful, and highly skilled therapist. Kelsey specializes in treating complex trauma and has significant education and expertise in this realm, in addition to many years of clinical practice. Kelsey utilizes a variety of therapeutic approaches to meet her client's needs and has a vast skill set to draw from. Kelsey is the kind of therapist that I would want to refer a close friend or family member to.

—Danielle Murphy, LCSW
Peer review

Therapy seekers should work with Kelsey because she is genuine and compassionate. There are people born to be therapists and Kelsey is one of those people. Kelsey does an incredible job of listening, working to validate and problem solve when appropriate. Kelsey creates a safe space that can help someone move forward from their presenting problem.

—Racheal Jablonski, LMSW
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What's the difference between in-person and virtual therapy?

Although there is no research that suggests in-person or virtual therapy is more effective, you may prefer one over the other. Some people prefer the intimacy of being in the same physical space as their therapist, while others prefer receiving treatment in the comfort of their own home. If you have a tight schedule, virtual therapy is a great option since you won’t commute to your therapist’s office. Virtual therapy also allows you to see any therapist throughout your state, which means one less barrier to finding your soulmate therapist!

When should someone start therapy?

Deciding when to start therapy is a very personal decision, but we recommend starting sooner rather than later. Along with running the risk of your mental health declining, you also miss out on time spent working on yourself, repairing your relationships, and so much more. Life is short, so why not make it the best possible as soon as possible?

What type of therapy is right for me?

Your therapist will carefully customize your treatment plan, and they will likely rely on a variety of therapeutic methods. There are some treatment methods that are better for specific disorders (like exposure therapy for OCD or phobias), but a combination of several will likely be the best option for you.

Is going to therapy worth it?

We’re huge advocates for therapy at Best Therapists, but we know that not everyone has a good experience in therapy. Working with a high quality therapist (with whom you have a great relationship) can be life changing. You can change harmful behaviors or thought patterns, shed or improve hurtful relationships, increase your resilience and coping methods for dealing with mental illness, and much more. We think that that’s pretty frigging worth it, but finding the right therapist for YOU is crucial to this equation.

What's the difference between a psychotherapist and a psychologist?

The main difference between psychotherapists and psychologists is their education. Psychologists receive more education, and in some cases, psychologists focus more on research than clinical work. But both therapists and psychologists go through thousands of hours of clinical training. When choosing a therapist, the skill of the therapist and your relationship with them matters way more than which degree your therapist has.

Do therapists offer free consultations?

Yes, most therapists offer free consultations. This not only benefits you, but the therapist too! Therapists want to see if you are a good fit before doing an official therapy session with you to save you (and them) time and energy. Although your relationship has barely begun, you both will feel out your chemistry. You won’t be BFFs by the end of the consultation, but should get a sense of whether or not you’ll work well together.

About Us

Hi, we’re Best Therapists.

We vet therapists, so you can focus on fit—not quality.

Through peer reviews, license verification, online reviews, and requiring acknowledgement of trauma-informed care, we do our best to make sure that your best therapist provides high quality care (and that's regardless of your race, sexual orientation, or background).

But your friend’s best therapist might not be your best therapist. That's why personality fit between you and your therapist is crucial. It’s not something that we can verify for you, so we encourage you to schedule free consultations with multiple therapists to get a sense of your chemistry together.

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There are plenty of therapist directories to choose from.

But other therapist directories like Psychology Today, Good Therapy, Choosing Therapy, and more have hundreds (if not thousands) of results for therapists in your city alone. The search for your best therapist becomes instantly overwhelming, which stops some therapy-seekers in their tracks. Our involved vetting process goes way beyond a basic license check (unlike the other guys), which simplifies YOUR search.

Finding the best therapist for you is hard enough, so we curate lists like these so you can get quality care as quickly and seamlessly impossible. And no need to check a therapist's availability or add your name to their waitlist—all Best Therapists are currently accepting new clients.

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