Katherine approaches counseling with an authentic, relational style. She works with clients on a range of issues including depression, anxiety, life transitions, trauma, grief, and loss, and has a special interest in identity development during adolescence and early/emerging adulthood. Katherine brings a mind-body perspective to her work, incorporating mindfulness practices to help her clients enhance their emotional and physical well-being.
Katherine completed graduate-level clinical internships at both YFC and St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Chicago, where she facilitated a group for adults coping with chronic mental illness. Prior to entering the counseling field, she worked for several years caring for both domestic and wild animals.
MA in Counseling Psychology – Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
BS in Biology – Carleton College, Northfield, MN