Katelyn completed her Masters of Couples and Family Therapy at University of Northern Colorado. She has been working with children, adolescents, and families for two years, and anticipates achieving licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist by early 2021.
Katelyn enjoys working with individuals, couples, and families and has extensive experience working with at-risk children and adolescents and their families. Although Katelyn works with clients on a variety of issues, her specific areas of interest include:
- communication within families
- conflict resolution with couples
- grief and loss
- navigating life transitions
Licensure, Certifications, Affiliations & Evidence Based Specialties
- Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist #3968
- TF-CBT trained
- Gottman level 1 trained
Katelyn has natural qualities of warmth, genuineness, optimism, and thoughtfulness. Katelyn is particularly informed by the Narrative therapy approach of understanding our life stories and taking ownership of the ending. She is also highly influenced by systemic approaches, and considers the broader relational contexts of all individuals. She truly believes in our human capacity to grow, and our inherent worthiness. With a combination of active listening and gentle challenging, she helps clients to feel heard and seen so they can be empowered to make changes in their life.