About Dr. Keely
Dr. Keely Petty is an author, teacher, commissioner, and prolific international conference speaker. She is a sought after empowerment specialist, transformational innovative thinker, and a life strategist. She has earned a stellar reputation as a change agent and a voice of hope and healing in her community and beyond. Dr. Keely enjoys sharing from her wealth of experience to influence, empower and transform people from all walks of life. She lives by a quote as her life mantra from Mother Teresa that says: "If we have no peace it is because we have forgotten we belong to one another."
Dr. Keely has received numerous awards for her transformative volunteer and community work from The San Antonio Business Journal Women's Leadership Award, and the Unsung Hero Spirit of Giving Award, San Antonio Women's Chamber of Commerce, TOP Ladies of Distinction Community Service, Public Relations Society of America, and has received honors from Texas Governor Greg Abbot for her community impact, and has been appointed Commissioner on San Antonio's Mayors Commission on the Status of Women, a L'Oreal Paris Woman of Worth Nominated, and is on the Board of the Global Chamber San Antonio.
Dr. Keely is a Certified Temperament Counselor, Community Health Worker, Mental Health First Aid, Recovery Coach, and a Substance Abuse Prevention Training Specialist. She is a graduate of The FBI and DEA Citizens Academy, The University of Incarnate Word with a BA in Communication Arts, a Masters and Doctorate Degree in Christian Counseling from The Royal Priesthood Academy, and is a Professional Clinical Member of the National Christian Counselors Association. Dr. Keely is a Prevention Consultant with the Opioid Response Network State Targeted Network. She is married to her lifetime sweetheart and agreement partner Pastor Lee Petty and resides in Cibolo, Texas. Dr. Keely is a proud mother of two young adult sons Jirah and Jonathan Petty.
Success Strategy Sessions are a positive and energetic approach that help clients solve problems, as well as spark ideas, innovative goal setting, and measurable markers that help you live the life you want.
Emotional Health is an important part of overall health. People who are emotionally healthy are in control of their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. They are able to cope with life's challenges.
Being emotionally healthy does not mean you are happy all the time. It means you are aware of your emotions and how to use them effectively in any given situation.
Substance Abuse Counselors are not able to prescribe medicine or give medical or psychological therapy. Rather we work with clients in an advocacy and mentoring capacity.
The counselor becomes a key figure in the life of the addict, helping the client see the emotional underpinnings of their dependency.
People who want a Life Strategist are those wanting more of something (Faith, Success, Money, Time, Freedom) or less of something (Frustrations, Delays, Tolerations, Tensions.)
Our strategist will assist you in accomplishing restoration spirit, soul, and body, and increase the quality of life. No matter what change you want we help you get there one step at a time.
8 Dimensions of Wellness
Sexual Health is a key aspect of personal health and social welfare that influences individuals across their life span. Improving sexual health is crucial to eliminating health disparities, reducing rates of infections, diseases, and infertility.
Sexual Health is an often over looked, and yet a vitally important aspect of an individuals life. We will help the client understand how decisions about engaging in risk behaviors today can affect life tomorrow and further down the road.
Amos 3:7 says: "The Lord God does nothing without revealing His plans to His servants the Prophets." The Prophetic Prospective will help you understand the plans that God has for you. Plans that are good, filled with hope for a prosperous future.
Our view of God's plan for our lives is too narrow and needs to be expanded by grasping an understanding of His heart and mind for successful daily living.
Wellness is more than health. It is living fully. It is conscious and inclusive, self-directed, evolving, holistic, multidimensional, positive, and affirming.
The eight dimensions include: emotional, spiritual, intellectual, physical, environmental, financial, occupational, and social. Wellness can be compromised by lack of support, trauma, unhelpful thinking styles, chronic illness, disability, and substance abuse.