Kelley Rompza Kitley ‘96 owns Serendipitous Psychotherapy, LLC on the Magnificent Mile in downtown Chicago and is bestselling author and Chicago Public Library literary honoree of ‘MY self’ An autobiography of survival. She has been an Expert Contributor on TODAY, Dr. Oz, Access Live, Dr. Drew, NBC Chicago, WGN radio, Chicago Tribune, and 100’s of national publications including Redbook, Cosmopolitan, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Shape, and Self. Earlier this month Kelley was selected to receive the 2019 George Goodman and Ruth P. Brudney Social Work Award from Mental Health America one of the nation’s leading community-based nonprofits dedicated to addressing the needs of those living with mental illness and to promoting the overall mental health of all Americans.
She speaks around the country using a didactic approach to empower women and girls on topics such as mental health and addiction by sharing her story, Becoming the Best Version of Yourself, Self Care, Spirituality, and Enhancing Your Relationships. She’s passionate about using a holistic approach to treat mental health and recently opened reNew studio a wellness boutique in Elmwood Park with her sisters.
Kelley lives in Oak Park with her husband and 4 children.