Kat is a Masters Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (MLADC) in Bow, NH and works with adult individuals. Many of her clients come to her to address anxiety, sobriety concerns, sense of purpose, drug addiction or alcoholism, or boundaries. Kat is particularly passionate about working with goal-driven and ambitious individuals, chronic relapse, those in early or long-term recovery, and men. She also has advanced training in the areas of drug addiction, alcoholism, and anxiety.
Kat uses techniques such as mindfulness, yoga, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Health Realization in order to help connect the mind and body, build awareness, slow down thinking, and create a sustainable lifestyle. During sessions, she often utilizes breathing exercises, meditation, grounding, self-care work, and core belief exploration. These approaches support clients to feel more in control of themselves.
Kat is focused on ensuring that her clients see real, sustainable progress; her style is non-judgmental, personal, and interactive. When clients first start therapy, she wants to know what is important to them. As a trauma-informed therapist, Kat works to balance being sensitive to a client’s struggles while also helping them understand they are their own best guide to well-being.
Kat received her Master’s of Arts from Antioch University-New England. She has worked at the Farnum Center as head of the Men’s Residential Unit. Outside of private practice, she enjoys staying active with yoga, running, lifting, and dance; she also enjoys spending time with her fur-babies.
Both remote (virtual) and in-person sessions are available.