Katie’s therapeutic approach is based on this simple phrase, “I get to see change, and it is beautiful!” She was raised a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints but was not always active. She uses her experience to help others remove the shame they may have encountered.
Katie knows what it’s like to question your faith, take time away, and learn on your own if it fits or not; spirituality can be a great coping mechanism.
“I’ve been married before, and I am familiar with “the singles scene.
I know what it’s like to go to church alone and feel like an outsider, and on many occasions, wondering if I had a place in church or if I was obsolete.This feeling is very common, especially in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints religion, where families dominate much of the conversation.
I know what it feels like to experience rejection, to have people ask you “what went wrong?” and not know the answer.
I know the shame of being the “divorced person.” I also know what it takes to process through that and how to be happy regardless of relationship status.”
The trauma that Katie has experienced in her life, made her realize how important it is to focus on healing the trauma. She was the first EMDR Therapist to join our team. She knows when to push to dive deeper into your experiences and when to sit back and allow a process to work.