Karen Ela Kenny, MSW, LICSW has been a Psychotherapist in private practice since 1982 in Nashua, New Hampshire. Her practice has been focused on working with children, adolescents, families and couples. She also provides counseling to young adults at St. Anselm’s college since 2005. She was the Clinical Director of Counseling from 2010-2016. In 2009 she became trained to be a Coach/Facilitator in the Collaborative Process of Divorcing. She is a former Board Member of the Collaborative Law Alliance of NH (2010-2016) and was Co-Chair from 2013-2015. She is actively involved with the Practice Group and Membership Committee of the Collaborative Law Alliance of NH, and an active participant in the Greater Nashua Practice Group.
Karen has participated in several basic trainings and advanced trainings, has attended the IACP Annual Forum in Chicago, San Antonio, San Francisco, Washington DC, Philadelphia and Lake Las Vegas. She also took 48 hours of Mediation training in 2016. She has provided training on the Coaches role in New Hampshire, and has presented to NHCLA members at the NHCLA statewide practice group meetings and Annual Meeting on various topics. She was a co-presenter for a 2 day training in “Introductory Interdisciplinary Collaborative Divorce Training” in NH (2017). She is scheduled to provide this same training in VT(June, 2020). She also co-authored an article in the NH Bar Journal, Summer 2012, on “Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice”.