“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
Katherine Meek, MA
LMFT 130641, LPCC 13950
Welcome to K.Meek Therapy and Coaching - an inclusive therapy practice dedicated to helping individuals, couples take control of their mental health and achieve their goals. I understand that everyone is unique and I strive to provide personalized solutions for each individual. As a therapist, I bring empathy, understanding, and a passion for helping people to each and every session and my unique approach to therapy is informed by my own neurodiversity.
At K.Meek Therapy and Coaching, you'll find a safe, supportive, and caring environment.I work to help clients find their inner strength and resilience while providing you with the tools and resources you need to reach your goals. I believe in the power of a strong therapeutic alliance and strive to form meaningful relationships with each and every client, therefore I will be with you every step of the way. With hard work, dedication, and the right approach, you can make the changes you want to see in your life. I am here to help you on your journey.
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
- Gottman Institute - 10 core principles for effective couples therapy
Couples counseling is a mental health service designed to help couples improve their relationship. With a focus on conflict management, communication, improved intimacy, repaired relationships, teamwork, and connection, couples counseling can provide couples with the tools and knowledge to create a stronger bond. Ultimately, it can provide hope for a healthier and more connected relationship.
Are you are struggling to maintain sobriety from substances, pornography, or destructive behavior? Do you feel isolated, hopeless, or desperate to change? Are you feeling overwhelming anger and frustration. Therapy can give you tools to understand the addiction, learn healthier skills, and build healthier relationships. It will also help you to establish boundaries.
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.