Kelcey Stratton, PhD
Program Manager for Resilience and Well-Being Services, Michigan Medicine-University of Michigan
Kelcey Stratton, PhD, is a clinical psychologist and the Program Manager for Resilience and Well-Being Services in the Michigan Medicine Office of Counseling and Workplace Resilience. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Oregon and received her doctorate at the New School for Social Research in New York, NY. In her current role, she develops programs and strategies to enhance well-being for faculty and staff at Michigan Medicine. She has a particular interest in the areas of stress and resilience, trauma-informed care, mindfulness, and the use of narrative and reflective practices. Prior to coming to University of Michigan, Dr. Stratton lived and worked in South Africa for several years, where she served as a mental health clinician and consultant to Peace Corps volunteers and medical providers in over 65 countries. She has also worked as a clinician and researcher in the VA health system, where she focused on post-traumatic stress concerns.