Katherine is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Pennsylvania who has experience working with adolescents, young adults and their families. She earned her Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from Arcadia University with concentrations in Child and Family Therapy and Clinical Bases of Treatment and Recovery of Trauma. Katherine has worked in outpatient and inpatient settings as well as at a crisis diversion program where she worked with individuals experiencing anxiety, stress, trauma, depression, low self-esteem, suicidal ideations, self-injurious behaviors, behavioral problems, family conflicts, gender and sexuality concerns, and psychosis. She has experience in individual, family, group, and play therapy, as well as crisis intervention, and utilizes a multitude of clinical interventions specific to the needs of each individual client such as cognitive behavioral therapy, client-centered, family systems, and behavioral modification. Katherine also incorporates mindfulness and dialectical behavioral therapy into her treatment with adolescents and young adults. Each individual and family unit is unique and this is taken into consideration when determining an appropriate treatment modality. Katherine understands that individuals and families can feel overwhelmed and need help coping with problems and stressors at times, and enjoys being able to facilitate healthy thoughts, behaviors, and interactions. She believes in collaborating with others such as school and medical personnel to ensure the most effective treatment possible.
When not working, Katherine enjoys running, yoga, biking, traveling, hiking, live music, dining out, Philadelphia sports, and quality time with her family, friends, and dog Zoe.