Kelsey Dietrich

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Graduate Research Affiliate & Research Mentor

Kelsey Dietrich 🔈 is a Graduate Research Affiliate and Research Mentor for the Mind-Body Trauma Care Lab. She earned her BA in English and Psychology from Bowling Green State University (2021) and MA in Psychological Science (clinical-counseling track) from the University of Minnesota Duluth (2023). Currently, Kelsey is a PhD student in the Clinical Health Psychology program at East Carolina University with a research assistantship in the Stress and Health Lab. Her research interests include mindfulness-based interventions, integrative primary care, resilience and coping related to chronic health conditions, and trauma-sensitive yoga. Kelsey is a 500-hour Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga Teacher and Trauma Center Trauma-Sensitive Yoga Facilitator who enjoys guiding sessions in the community. In her free time, she likes to read and play with her puppy, Leo.

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