Melno Park, Palo Alto, Stanford, Portola Valley, Woodside, Atherton and Online throughout California
Katherine believes that the thread throughout all of her clinical work is the focus on relationships. She is deeply fascinated with relationships and how people interact and go about getting our needs met. She is committed to strengthening the quality of relationships and assisting others to be more authentic within those relationships.
By seamlessly weaving transpersonal and humanistic psychology, mindfulness practices, and the Developmental Model, Katherine brings a variety of insights, modalities, and experiences to her approach to therapy. She is passionate about healing and the many forms that it can take, working side by side with her clients in the unfolding of their truest, most fully expressed self.
Before becoming licensed in 2015, Katherine worked for many years as an educator specializing in leading youth retreats. Katherine has a special place in her heart for family work and helping families navigate the developmental years, especially couples that might be struggling with parenting issues that impact the relationship.
Parenting in the Bay Area can be very demanding and has its own rewards and challenges. Katherine creates a safe and supportive environment that invites deeper connection, more heartfelt communication, greater understanding, and clearer insights for everyone in the family. She loves to work with teen issues, parenting and co-parenting skills, spirituality, and substance related issues. Her style is warm, direct, playful, curious, and empathetic.