Katherine is currently licensed by the state of Texas as a Licensed Professional Counselor and is a Registered Play Therapist. She is also an Intermediate Theraplay Practitioner, TBRI Practitioner and EMDR Certified Therapist. She holds a Master's degree in Counseling from the University of North Texas and Bachelor of Art degree in Psychology from Texas Woman's University.
Katherine’s passion is helping parents
who are struggling to connect,
communicate, and relate to their
children find more meaningful and
enjoyable relationships during the brief
formative years when family is the
greatest source of support. She
specializes in not only helping to provide
a safe, secure environment for parents to
understand and process their feelings
and experiences, but in supporting them
with resources, education, and training
so parents can feel better supported and
equipped to handle the often emotional
roller coaster of child-training.
Katherine’s love for helping families
find connection and engagement led
her to focus on a specialty of helping
children who struggle with attachment,
developmental, and complex trauma.
Often children who had been adopted. Not only helping children to heal
from the painful, often neurological effects of trauma, but now equipping parents with resources, information, and tools to engage, regulate, and nurture their beloved child.
When she is not spending times with clients or writing, Katherine enjoys time with her husband, two sons, and an ever growing brood of dogs, cats, and chickens. Learning, growing, and constantly being humbled by parenting, gardening, and aging.