Katherine approaches therapy with compassion and warmth. Her therapeutic practice is directed towards helping individuals, couples, and families cope with trauma, anxiety, and depression. Katherine specializes in working with children and families. She believes that it is important to guide children, as well as adults, as early as possible, to understand and develop self-love. Self-love promotes development, balance and all around wellness. Simultaneously, Katherine challenges her clients to become proactive in their life and commit to healing and growth.
For Katherine, becoming a therapist started much earlier than her training. The qualities and passion that embody her professionally and personally are one in the same. Her desire to relieve pain and suffering from others is what drives her the most. Since she can remember, she was always the person that others would come to when the weight of the world seemed a little too heavy to carry on their shoulders alone. Katherine’s intuition has always been her strongest informant. She attunes to the energy and emotions of others and then is able to uniquely connect, empathize and find the best approach to work with clients.
Katherine has solid research and clinical experience in parent-child relationships and attachment. Katherine earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. She then graduated from Adler University with a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy.
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