Kelly has her Ph.D. in Family Therapy from St. Louis University. M.A. in Counseling from
Covenant Theological Seminary. BA in Nutrition from Furman University. (Dissertation,
"An Exploration of Boundary Ambiguity Among Never-Married Single Women"). Dr. Haer
brings teaching experience from Covenant Theological Seminary and Maryville University.
She has taught courses at the M.A. and undergraduate levels, including research methods,
psychological disorders, and counseling skills. Her clinical specializations included
women struggling with eating disorders and couples counseling. She has presented at
local, state, national, and international conferences on singleness, eating disorders,
and infidelity and communication technologies. She has co-authored articles and a
book chapter in Routledge's "Advanced Methods in Family Therapy Research." She plans
to continue researching and writing on the emotional experience of being sing
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