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“One small crack does not mean that you are broken, it means that you were put to the test and you didn’t fall apart.”
— Linda Poindexter
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About

Katherine Meek, MA
LMFT 130641

Since 2013 I have been working with individuals and couples who are experiencing a wide variety of challenges. It has become a passion of mine to strengthen and empower individuals who seek to deepen relationships, build self-esteem, and improve communication.  I have supported clients in learning to manage addiction, depression, anxiety, challenges in sex/sexuality, anger,

 

I have also supported couples in processing affairs, neurodiverse relationships, parenting challenges, and more. I believe that everyone needs and deserves a safe space to be seen and heard; counseling works to create such an environment. 

My approach focuses on exploring a client's experience, helping them identify problematic behavior, then work towards a solution. I utilize tools such as in-session exercises, take-home activities, and individual and couples/family sessions to create a holistic plan to improve their overall wellbeing. 

I believe in meeting you where you are. My job is to partner with you and guide you to the right solution that will elevate your life. I truly find it an honor to work with the amazing clients that I serve and I look forward to meeting with you too.

THEORY: Solution Focused; Motivational Interviewing; Trauma-Informed; Client-Centered; Cognitive Behavioral Therapy; Humanistic; Emotion-Focused Therapy; LGBTQ+ allied;  Harm-Reduction

EDUCATION: Masters of Arts in Counseling - Western Seminary

                        Bachelors of Psychology - John Brown University

CERTIFICATIONS: WRAP facilitator and MHRS certified

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Whether you are dating, engaged, newlywed, or seasoned in marriage there may be times you get stuck in a pattern and need help getting out. Couples sessions focus on addressing any challenges that are being faced in the marriage and supports clients in building skills to manage challenges as they arrise

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Individual sessions allow you to work through a wide variety of issues including depression, anxiety, work stress, relationship challenges, grief/loss, mental health challenges, Sex/sexuality, and more. Having one on one support can benefit you by creating a safe place to process your experience and create a new narriative.

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If you are struggling to maintain sobriety from substances, pornography, or destructive behavior you could benefit from treatment focused on the root cause of the additions. this can give you tools to understand the addiction, learn healthier skills, and build healthier relationships. It will also help you to establish boundaries.

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Do you need support with relationships, work, or day to day activities? Coaching can help to clarify your goals, identify the obstacles holding you back, and then come up with strategies for overcoming each obstacle. Coaching can be done individually or as a couple. Lastly, coaching helps to give you tools to support with your day-to-day challenges so you are empowered to continue. 

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Neurodiversity describes the idea that people experience and interact with the world around them in many different ways. These differences can often create challenges with relationships and emotional expression. At times this leaves one's partner feeling isolated and alone. With specialized support, individuals can learn social skills, communication skills, and coping skills that helped them better connect with others.