Dr Kellman has 25 years of experience in public policy and healthcare leadership. Her consulting with many organizations including United Nations. National Institute for. Health. United States Congress an. UNICEF. She has helped lead originations thru difficult strategic alliances and is one of the forefront visionaries for the historical DESHA legislation of the 1990s that established a new field complementary an integrative medicine.
Dr. Kellman completed her Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology at the University of Michigan and her PhD from Union Institute and University.
Hopes academic research at the University of Michigan included a special project at. Harvard graduate school of counseling psychology. Her focus included academic teaching at the residential college forming the course Psychology of Creativity.
Her research presently is on brain health finding new treatments for trauma recovery an addiction medicine. Her leadership in the U.N. international criminal Court lead her to be an activist for justice fighting discrimination.