Kaitlin earned her bachelor’s degree from NDSU in Philosophy and her master’s from MSUM in Clinical Mental Health. She is a Licensed Associate Professional Counselor in ND and a Licensed Professional Counselor in MN. She is from North Dakota and has lived there much of her life. She loves being out and about in her city, gardening, cooking, and traveling.
Therapeutic Approach and Clinical Focus:
Kaitlin work with adults, couples, children ages 10 and older and families. Kaitlin is an LGTBQIA+ affirming person and has experience working with disabilities and neurodivergence. She works with people in person and through telehealth throughout ND and MN. She uses a combination of person-centered, relational cultural, acceptance and commitment, holistic, and cognitive behavioral therapy approaches.
A message from Kaitlin:
I work with people to help them highlight and build on their strengths and focus on what is truly important to them. I can work with you to help when you are dealing with overwhelm, difficult change, worry, sadness, past hurts, family and relationship problems, and other hard things.
I have two very important goals as a counselor. One is to be present, connected, and understand what you’re going through and hold space for you. The other is to empower you so that you can deal with the problems you have now and feel confident dealing with whatever life throws at you in the future.
Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from NDSU
American Counseling Association
National Board of Certified Counselors
North Dakota Board of Counselor Examiners
Minnesota Board of Behavioral Therapy