Kate strives to help individuals, families, and couples find hope and healing through the therapeutic process. Kate received her MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy from Richmont Graduate University. She is an associate professional counselor, currently under the supervision of Heather Cobb.
Kate applies a number of different approaches in her counseling, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Attachment Theory and Family Systems Theory to help clients toward healing.
Kate's Christian faith plays a large role in her life and her therapeutic process, however, she loves working with people of all faith backgrounds. Kate has worked with individual clients of a variety of ages, as well as with couples and families.
Prior to counseling, Kate worked in student ministry and in various nonprofit settings serving poor and marginalized populations. When Kate is not counseling, she is trying new restaurants in Atlanta with her husband, practicing yoga, or cooking. She also has a cat named JoJo that she adores.