Louisiana Office for Citizens with Developmental Disabilities
Dr. Brandi Kelly received her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Louisiana State University in 1998 and post-doctoral master’s degree in clinical psychopharmacology from Alliant University in 2002. She has worked extensively in community and residential-based programs providing support planning, training, and behavioral health services to individuals with developmental disabilities and has published research on assessment/treatment of behavioral/mental health concerns of individuals with developmental disabilities. Dr. Kelly serves as Clinical Director Louisiana’s Office for Citizens with Developmental Disabilities. Kelly’s career with OCDD spans 20 years, where she has held various positions. Dr. Kelly’s lifelong advocacy efforts began at home when her youngest sister was born with a developmental disabilitu. She has been instrumental in several key initiatives in Louisiana to increase capacity to successfully support individuals with co-occurring needs to live/work in their communities while navigating the logistics of fiscal/resource challenges in partnership with advocates, families, providers, and other agencies.
Sunday, October 13
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM