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About Me



Kelly P. Wiley is a Marriage and Family Therapist who specializes in therapy for individual, couples, and families. She worked with the Marriage and Family Therapy Center in Boone, NC for many years before relocating to Greenville, NC and opening a private practice there. Most recently, Ms. Wiley has established her primary practice in Asheville, NC at 16 Broad Street, Suite 202, Asheville, NC 28801.   Ms. Wiley offers telehealth sessions for North Carolina residents as well as in-person sessions in her Asheville office.  

Ms. Wiley is a highly experienced practitioner trained to diagnose and treat a wide range of serious clinical problems including: depression, anxiety, marital and relational problems, individual psychological problems and child-parent problems. She has more than 27 years of experience in the counseling field, 24 of which have been in service as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She is a graduate of the nationally-accredited Marriage and Family Therapy program at Appalachian State University. Before becoming a Marriage and Family Therapist, Ms. Wiley worked as a Program Director and Court Advocate at the Shelter Home of Caldwell Co., a shelter for victims of domestic violence.

Because of her interest in mental health and her passion for helping adults ensure that children have healthy early childhood development, Ms. Wiley has developed exceptional skills and expertise in parenting education and teaching parents to use play therapy techniques with their own children to resolve behavioral problems and improve the quality of family relationships.

Clinical Member, American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) 1995- present

Clinical Member, North Carolina Association for Marriage and Family Therapists (NCAMFT) 1996-present

Instructor in MFT graduate program, Appalachian State University 2007

Speaker in the community on a broad range of topics relating to mental health

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