Katie believes everyone can benefit from therapy. Whether you are struggling with a difficult life transition, experiencing conflict or lack of connection in your relationships, or are suffering from a serious mental illness, therapy can help you be your best self and have your best relationships. Katie uses a strengths-based approach and meets her clients where they are with empathy, respect, and unconditional positive regard. Katie earned her BFA in studio art from University of Iowa. Prior to enrolling in the MFT program, she worked for 12 years in higher education administration and student affairs. She is passionate about social justice issues and diversity and inclusion. When she is not in school or at the clinic the majority of her time is spent parenting her three children ages ten, two, and one. Katie is the proud spouse of a US Army Reserve Soldier and is passionate about working with military families and Veterans. Other areas of special interest include, but are not limited to, families navigating divorce, individuals and couples experiencing infertility, and those dealing with ADHD, anxiety, and borderline personality disorder.
- Individual Therapy
- Family Therapy
- Borderline Personality Disorder
- Military Families
- Self-Esteem Issues