Kate studied Interpersonal Communication at the University of Utah and is currently working toward a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Northcentral University. She is devoted to working with clients to strengthen communication, develop healthy boundaries, make lasting change, and improve overall mental and emotional health. Working from an attachment and systemic framework, Kate uses her advanced training in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) to help individuals, couples, and families develop more loving and connected relationships. She is trained in perinatal and postpartum anxiety, depression and other mood disorders through Postpartum Support International-Utah. With a certificate in nutrition from Cornell University, she utilizes a holistic approach to employ both mind and body in the healing process. Through the therapy process, Kate provides a warm, empathetic environment wherein clients can achieve their goals and gain a clear new perspective on life.
- Marriage Therapy and Couples Counseling
- Anxiety and Depression
- Navigating Faith Transitions and Mixed-Faith Marriages
- Post-Partum Depression and Mood Disorders
- Premarital Counseling
- Coping with Loss
Kate loves spending time in the great outdoors with her husband of 16 years as well as their three kids. They like camping, hiking, and biking in the summer and complaining about the weather in the winter. She enjoys reading in her spare time and travels every chance she can.