Francis Carter-Kaisi, BSN, RN, M.S., PLMHP, PLADC

Provisionally Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner
Meet Francis:

When adversities and life changing events become too overwhelming in your life,  your first instinct may be to avoid it, fight it alone, or just give up. The truth is you don’t have to avoid it, fight it alone, and you definitely don’t have to give up. It’s possible to learn how to deal with the changes and challenges that are going on around you. My goal as a therapist will be to support you on finding an approach that will look at the whole-person while encouraging healing of the mind, body, and spirit by delivering humanistic person-centered approach that will help shape a meaningful guidance to empower you on your life journey.

I specialize in working with individual, families, and couples dealing with depression, anxiety, stress, grief/loss, relationship issues, family challenges, traumatic experiences, purpose seeking, mindfulness, boundary setting,  spiritual renewal, self-care, burnout, chronic illness coping, alcohol/substance addictions, life transitions and career coaching.

With my decade long experience working as a registered nurse along with my education/ training as a mental health practitioner. I am able to focus on building a safe therapeutic space where you can feel safe to express your emotions and process stressful situations you may be experiencing. We can work together to achieve your optimum goal for your situation.

Fun Facts About Francis:

Favorite Color:


Favorite Candy:

Ferrero Dandy

Favorite Restaurant:

Outback Steakhouse

Favorite Coffee Drink:

Starbucks, Teavana shaken iced passion tango tea lemonade

Word of the Year:


Fun Fact:

Home decorating and jewelry making.

If I could go anywhere in the world, I would go to:


If I could meet anyone in all of history, I’d love to meet:

Erik Erikson

If I met them, I’d ask them this one question:

What was your motivation behind developing your 8 stages of Psychosocial Development?

Favorite Quote:

My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style.” 

~ Maya Angelou

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