Kelly Ehleiter has experience in providing counseling services in a college setting. She has focused on personalized counseling for a breadth of concerns as well as group counseling and workshops focusing on anxiety.
Prior to counseling, Kelly worked as a case manager for a nonprofit organization in Milwaukee. She helped individuals by providing appropriate mental health services, aided in practicing life skills, helped gain access to and attended medical appointments, assisted in crisis interventions, and served as an advocate.
She also has experience serving as a social worker in a hospital inpatient unit focusing on stabilization and safety for mental health and substance use.
- B.S. Psychology — University of Wisconsin, La Crosse
- M.S. Mental Health Counseling — Viterbo University
Main responsibilities at Carthage
Kelly provides short-term solution-focused counseling to students seeking help for various presenting concerns such as anxiety, stress, depression, identity exploration, interpersonal relationship concerns, and more. She also meets with students, faculty, and staff for consultations around mental health and wellness. Kelly is a confidential resource for students.
Favorite thing about working at Carthage
Kelly most enjoys the sense of community and a shared value of living with compassion for self and others. The lake views are pretty spectacular too!
“I love spending time with my family and friends and taking my dog on walks at any of Kenosha’s amazing parks! I enjoy reading (fantasy, mystery/thriller, and historical fiction), listening to true crime podcasts, crafting, and watching (and attending) Packer and Bucks games. I also enjoy traveling and find it especially fun to plan trips and learn more about the culture and history of where I’ll be going.”