Healthy and stable relationships, regardless of what form, often leads to a happy and stable life. Whether it is conflict, disconnection, betrayal or needing to renegotiate your relationship roles at different stages of life. Therapy can be a helpful tool to reach a meaningful place in your relationship and life.
Katie is currently a master’s level graduate student at Capella University of Minnesota studying Marriage and Family Therapy. She previously received a bachelor’s degree in mass communications at Augsburg University in Minnesota. She is an intern at the MN Couple Therapy Center under the supervision of Amanda Pikala. Katie has completed training in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), an attachment-based approach to therapy that has proven to be effective in reducing relational distress for couples. She also like to use humor to lighten the therapeutic atmosphere.
Areas of interests to her are physical and cognitive disabilities, animal-human bond, adoption, and multicultural backgrounds, couple or marriage relationships, depression, and anxiety.
Katie sees clients Monday & Tuesday 11am-4pm & 7pm-9pm via telehealth and Saturday & Sunday 12pm-5pm in person at the Roseville office