Cami Westervelt

(she, her, hers)

Taking the steps towards therapy can be uncomfortable, especially if this is your first time seeking therapy or if you just haven’t found the right fit yet. I am passionate in knowing that authenticity and connection can foster a safe space to be exactly as you are with understanding, non-judgment, and empowerment.

I strive to see my clients through a multicultural lens, taking into consideration any social, racial, or cultural identities they feel are important to who they are as a person and how they relate to the world around them. I am also an ally of the LGBTQIA2S+ community.

Under Dr. Misty’s supervision and operating from an acceptance and commitment therapy approach, I incorporate trauma-informed and somatic (mind-body) interventions, mindfulness and yoga, play and expressive therapies, as well as collaborating with my clients on how they would like to reach their goals and/or work through tough transitions in their life. I can also
incorporate more practical tools such as DBT and CBT skills.

After graduating from Northwestern’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling Graduate Program in 2025, I plan to pursue a certification as a Somatic Experiencing practitioner to be even more immersed in the healing of trauma for children, teens, and adults. In my free time I like to take walks outside with my dog, explore waterfall hikes with my partner, and enjoy all forms of music.

2025 Master of Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Northwestern University
2017 Bachelor of Science, Therapeutic Recreation, University of Utah