Kathleen (she/her/hers pronouns) is a licensed clinical social work associate. Her therapeutic approach is relational and collaborative. Research indicates that the quality of the client and therapist relationship is the most important factor in a therapeutic process. We work together to identify the tools and methods that best address each client’s unique goals and challenges, always building on individual strengths and self-knowledge.
Kathleen received her Master’s degree in social work at Portland State University, and engages with continued studies at the Oregon Psychoanalytic Center and Oregon Friends of Jung. She has experience in community mental health, and previously worked in public health education and policy development.
Kathleen has training and experience with mindfulness and relaxation skills, cognitive behavioral treatment and EMDR, as well as an orientation to various psychodynamic methods. Kathleen has experience working with anxiety, depression, self-esteem and emotional regulation, as well as the impacts of trauma, illness, loss, grief, and life transitions.
Kathleen has a longstanding interest in Jungian psychology, which includes an emphasis on finding meaning in our life experiences and our individual story.
Insurance Accepted: Does not accept insurance
Kathleen offers therapy in English.