Dr. Kent specializes in working with teenagers and adults who are at a transitional point in their lives. She helps them define, discover, and embrace who they are and who they want to become.

Dr. Kent has been an educator and administrator in both the public and private sectors. Her tenure as a senior faculty professor included assisting students on career objectives and goal achievements. Additionally, she taught the capstone course (the final master's thesis class) and undergraduate psychology. She has also worked in vocational schools to assist individuals in transitioning into the work sector and into different careers.

Her educational background includes a Masters in Administration from Northern Arizona University (Flagstaff, AZ) and a Ph.D. In Clinical Psychology from Union Institute and University (Cincinnati, OH), both accredited universities. Her clinical psychology internship was primarily devoted to transitions and developments with teenagers and young adults. During this period she also did private group grief counseling involving spousal and family survival transitions. Her doctoral dissertation was on stress anxiety from transitions and integrations within a family structure.
* Dr. Ellen Kent has a Ph.D. In Clinical Psychology from Union Institute and University, an accredited university. She has not applied for nor has she been refused licensure as a Clinical Psychologist. She has been a member in good standing since 1999 with the APA (American Psychological Association).