All children deserve to experience hope, acceptance & joy.
When Intuition Wellness Center’s team members struggled to find great local psychiatric providers without long waitlists for their child and adolescent clients, we decided to do something about it. In a nationwide search that sometimes felt like a months-long game of hide-and-seek, one candidate not only met our high standards, but also made a bold commitment to join the Intuition Wellness team in redefining pediatric wellness in Southern Arizona.
Meet Intuition Wellness Center’s new psychiatric provider, Kelly Krueger-Seaman, APRN. A psychiatric nurse practitioner specializing in children and teens, Kelly is moving all the way from Kansas to help Intuition Wellness close the service gap.
Who is Kelly Krueger-Seaman?!?
Where are you originally from? Lawrence, Kansas
Name a fun fact: My favorite sports team is the Jayhawks.
Favorite vegetable: Broccoli.
Favorite activities: Working out, playing volleyball and riding my bike.
What do you enjoy most about working with children and teens? I appreciate children’s honesty and their resilience to adapt to challenging circumstances. Children are open, creative and flexible. Their enthusiasm and ability to change inspires me and makes me a better person.
What is something prospective patients might like to know before initiating services with you? I use a collaborative and open approach to working with individuals and families and tailor treatment to the individual needs of my patients. I pride myself on getting to know my patients and spending the time required to obtain a thorough understanding of their needs.
At the end of the day, I think of the children and families that I saw and I am encouraged by the progress they have made and think about how I can help them further. I hope when they leave the office they do so feeling encouraged and empowered. ~Kelly Krueger-Seaman, APRN
At Intuition Wellness Center, we specialize in integrated behavioral health services and wellness programs for children, young adults and families. Call 520-333-3320 for a free phone consultation.
Written by: Dr. Brandy Baker, PsyD and Kelly Krueger-Seaman, APRN