Dr. Holli M. Kelly is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and is a national (AAMFT) and state (Minnesota and Georgia) approved supervisor. She has been working with individuals and families for almost two decades in a variety of settings including crisis intervention, in-home family therapy, domestic violence, corrections, and private practice. Holli has presented at local, national and international conferences on systemic dynamics and interventions, particularly regarding trauma. She currently works with veterans and their families around trauma and readjustment issues as well as being an adjunct faculty member at Northcentral University in their Marriage and Family Therapy Program and teaches masters and doctoral-level courses in research, supervision and clinical practice. Holli graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Stout with her masters in Marriage and Family Therapy and from the University of Minnesota with her doctorate in Family Social Science. Contact Holli by clicking here
Anetris is the Office Manager for the Georgia Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. She manages the day-to-day operation of the organization which includes coordinating all continuing education events, marketing, and event software. With more than 10 years of freelance executive administrative experience within Atlanta’s nonprofit community, and 5 years in the hospitality industry prior, Anetris finally found her home with GAMFT in 2009.
A native of West Virginia, Anetris enlisted in the United States Marine Corps at the age of 18. Upon successful completion of military service, she was awarded an honorable discharge. Anetris has and continues to be a strong advocate for veterans. Currently, Anetris is enrolled at Georgia State University where she’s spent the last 5 years tackling a Bachelor of Science degree.
In addition to her work in Georgia’s nonprofit community, Anetris also raised three sons, one recently returning from Afghanistan. As a recent empty-nester, Anetris now volunteers her time with a variety of organizations to include VA Hospice, church refugee settlement, Presbyterian children’s ministries, Hosea Feed the Hungry, and many other social justice organizations in need of a helping hand.