Dr. Kellee Coleman has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, a master’s in social work at Indiana University in Indianapolis, IN, and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at University of Indianapolis.
For over 30 years, Kellee has been addressing the negative stigma and discriminatory beliefs surrounding mental health through education, advocacy, outreach, as well as pursued job careers that focused on serving those who are disenfranchised, disadvantaged, and misunderstood. She has a diversified work profile which includes Fairbanks Hospital, Indiana State Office of Court Appointed Special Advocacy and Guardian Ad Litem, Wishard Memorial Hospital, Metropolitan School District of Decatur Township, Marion County Jail, and Neurodiagnostic Institute and Advance Treatment Center.
Kellee is married to her wonderful husband, Ronald, and they have 3 beautiful adult daughters and 4 grandchildren. In her spare time, Kellee enjoys spending quality time with family and friends, exploring new travels, reading non-fiction books, exercising, and attending live music concerts (specifically, jazz).
Kellee comes to Syra Health with an enthusiastic attitude and readiness to create and offer progressive approaches to healthcare in the role as Behavioral and Mental Health Strategy and Innovative Director.