Life-Changing Support

Kelly Tejada, LGSW - Four Corners Counseling & Well-Being

I have found the therapeutic process to be life-changing. Having worked through significant personal hurdles helps me understand and empathize with the challenges you’re experiencing. Together we can work through your burdens, awaken healing and cultivate a sense of joy.

I provide a nonjudgmental and emotionally safe environment in which to work through individual struggles, couple relational conflicts, past abuse and betrayals, and family challenges. I also have years of professional and personal experience helping those suffering with addiction and codependency.

I specialize in working with:

  • PTSD / Trauma
  • Substance abuse and addictions & providing guidance through recovery
  • Adolescent substance abuse / struggling to launch
  • Adult children of alcoholics & dysfunctional families
  • Couples healing & reconnecting

I will help you cultivate your inner strength, discernment, courage, and creativity.

I look forward to supporting you in changing your life!

Education and Training

  • George Mason University, Master of Arts in Social Work
  • Hood College, Bachelor of Arts in Social Work
  • Extensive Knowledge of the 12 step process
  • Training for LGBT Adolescents, with emphasis on experiencing gender dysphoria. Loudoun County Public Schools
  • Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy: 9-hour workshop with Michelle Mays, Clinical Director, Center for Relational Recovery
  • Cycle of Interpersonal Violence: 40-hour training, Heartly House Domestic Violence Shelter


  • School Social Worker, Loudoun County Public Schools
  • Crisis Worker / Residential House for clients who were living with schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, and bipolar disorder, Waystation, Frederick MD
  • Domestic Violence Crisis Hotline Worker, Heartly House, Frederick MD

Professional Credentials & Affiliations

  • Licensed Graduate Social Worker (LGSW)
  • Member, National Association of Social Workers
  • PFLAG Supporter
Perhaps the shortest and most powerful prayer in the human language is help.
— Father Thomas Keating