Katelyn approaches therapy with her down-to-earth attitude and warmth, along with a strong research and clinical background in dating violence and trauma. She works with individuals, couples and families suffering from anxiety, depression, and low self-esteem. Her clinical specialties include individuals, families and couples impacted by domestic violence and sexual assault trauma. She understands that the impact trauma has on couples and families can be pervasive, resulting in issues with intimacy, trust, anxiety and depression. She strives to rebuild trust and empower her clients to overcome fear and work toward meaningful change.
Katelyn uses a mindfulness-based, holistic perspective to help her clients cope, feel safe in their relationships and change patterns. Katelyn has extensive experience helping families and couples work through conflict and misunderstandings by setting goals and working to manage their emotions. Katelyn earned her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Women and Gender Studies at Loyola University in Chicago, Illinois. She then graduated from the Adler School of Professional Psychology with a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy. Katelyn’s passion for social issues give her a unique scope to always see how larger systems are impacting individuals, couples, and families.