Katie is a post-masters social work fellow and graduate of Smith College School of Social Work. Her experience in the mental health field includes working with veterans, providing individual and group therapy, as well as with youth and their families in an intensive day treatment program. Katie’s interest in therapy piqued while working as a guide for a wilderness therapy program. In addition to being a clinician, she is also passionate about restorative justice and has extensive experience performing clinical case management and advocating in court for youth and young adults involved in the criminal justice system.
She approaches therapy from a psychodynamic lens, while integrating relational and behavioral therapy models.
Areas of interest
Identity development, trauma and resilience, serious and persistent mental illness, issues relating to social justice.