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Benefits to Psychotherapy

“Out of your vulnerabilities will come your strength” - Sigmund Freud
With You Every Step Of The Way
Individual, Couples & Family Psychotherapy

Whether you are looking for individual, couples or family counseling there are many benefits that my clients report they gain from attending sessions. Some of these benefits include but are not limited to:

  • Developing Healthy Coping Skills

  • Improving Relationships

  • Increased Insight into Self

  • Increased Self-Esteem

  • Processing and Healing from Past Trauma

  • Reduced Stress

  • Increased Ability to Identify and Cope with Emotions

  • And more….

Perhaps you're feeling down or anxious, unsure about the future of a relationship, or just feel that you aren't living the life you were meant to lead. Whatever your needs may be, I am here to offer support. Therapy is a process of growth and self-discovery, and in my sessions, I promote behavioral transformation by encouraging a positive outlook and the adoption of new attitudes and reactions. I have the tools and professional experience to help you get back on track.

Katelyn's specialties include but are not limited to working with:

 

  • Trauma: Helping clients process and heal from traumatic experiences.

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): Providing targeted interventions for those suffering from PTSD.

  • Abuse: Addressing the impacts of verbal, emotional, sexual, and physical abuse.

  • Narcissistic Abuse and Gaslighting: Supporting clients who have experienced manipulation and psychological abuse.

  • Anxiety and Anxiety Disorders: Offering strategies to manage and reduce anxiety.

  • Depression: Assisting clients in overcoming depressive symptoms and improving their quality of life.

  • Personality Disorders: Tailoring therapeutic approaches to support those with personality disorders.

  • Hate Crimes: Providing care for individuals affected by hate crimes.

  • Relationship Issues: Helping clients navigate and resolve conflicts in their relationships.

  • Intimate Partner Violence: Supporting survivors of intimate partner violence.

  • First Responders: Addressing the unique mental health needs of first responders.

  • Attachment Disorders: Working with clients to build secure and healthy attachments.

  • Grief and Loss: Guiding individuals through the process of grieving and healing.

  • Pet Bereavement: Offering support for those grieving the loss of a beloved pet.

  • Impulsive Behaviors: Helping clients manage and reduce impulsive actions.

  • Emotional Disturbances: Providing strategies to cope with and regulate emotions.

  • Dissociative Disorders: Assisting clients in understanding and managing dissociative symptoms.

  • Sexuality Issues: Supporting clients in exploring and understanding their sexuality.

  • Anger/Stress Management: Teaching techniques to manage anger and reduce stress.

  • Self-Esteem Concerns: Helping clients build and maintain healthy self-esteem.

  • Working with Native American Clients: Offering culturally sensitive care for Native American clients.

  • Adolescent Issues: Addressing the unique mental health needs of teenagers and young adults.

  • Life Transitions: Helping clients navigate significant life changes, such as divorce, career changes, or retirement.

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