About AVP

 Aerial View Psychology (AVP)

Whether you’re having difficulty adjusting to a recent change in your life, or have been struggling with mental health frustrations a long time, it’s easy to get lost trying to find answers. Aerial View Psychology provides psychological assessments and therapy to provide a bird’s eye view to see the bigger picture and then collaboratively find or create a path to psychological health.  The name was also inspired by Dr. Blomeke's time in Naval aviation out of Oak Harbor, WA where the aerial view was literally seen from the air.

 Kelsey Blomeke, PhD

I am originally from Minnesota and stayed in the Midwest for my schooling, completing my doctorate at Notre Dame (Go Irish!). I then served in the Navy for 8 years before opening my private practice. In the Navy, I completed my clinical psychology internship at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center then worked in outpatient clinics, an inpatient ward, operational units, an academic setting, in intelligence, and in a deployed expeditionary clinic. Now out of the Navy,  I am settling down in the beautiful pacific northwest where I enjoy hikes, exploring cute towns, DIY home renovations, and various arts & crafts.

Kylie Burdge, PhD student

I am a doctoral student at Brigham Young University in my fourth year of training to be a counseling psychologist. I have experience working in a college counseling center and in private practice. My approach to therapy is founded on the belief that good relationships are the most important thing for good mental health and thriving as a human being. I believe human beings can be powerful agents for change in their own lives and the lives of others and I strive to help my patients see themselves and others as they really are and really can be. I believe this empowers people to make the necessary changes in their lives. I enjoy working with those with ADHD, sexual abuse, religious/faith concerns, and family of origin issues, but also welcome other presenting concerns. I believe nearly all presenting concerns are relationship concerns and enjoy helping my patients connect these areas of their lives. In my free time I enjoy spending time with family and friends, listening to music, binging Ted Lasso, and reading philosophy.