Katy is trained in social work with an emphasis on child and family therapy. She utilizes an integrative approach to therapy that incorporates mind, body and spirit. Katy integrates psychodynamic family systems and cognitive behavioral therapy approaches with mind-body techniques such as mindfulness, breath practices and guided imagery.
Katy's specializes in the following:
"Psychotherapy is an opportunity to expand our capacity to see, learn, grow and heal. Each person has enormous potential and inner resources for resolving difficulties. I enjoy working with my clients on discovering their own remarkable strengths, deep personal meaning and joy, along with new ways of knowing and being.”
Integrative medicine combines evidence-based therapies from multiple disciplines to facilitate a person’s innate ability to heal. The physician and patient work together using conventional Western medicine as well as Eastern medicine practices and movement, mind-body and natural therapies to promote health of the mind, body and spirit.