An eclectic therapist, Kate has been working in the mental health field since 2018, and has experience working in inpatient as well as outpatient facilities. She has held both Clinical Director as well as Psychotherapist positions at CFC. As a Messiah University trained board-certified psychotherapist, Kate uses a humanistic approach to working with her clients, and believes in “walking with the client” to wellness, in a judgment-free, compassionate environment. Kate specializes in ADHD coaching, anxiety, depression, women's issues, personality and mood disorders, PTSD, anger management, and grief. She also works with couples and families, and utilizes an Attachment-based Family approach with such clients.
My name is Michelle. I have a psychology and an education degree. My background consists of working with individuals (children, adolescents, teens, adults) with special needs, ADHD, OCD, anxiety, depression, and trauma. I have many years of experience working in family-based trauma settings, schools, the prison system, and working with patients in an inpatient mental health hospital. I am a realist and strongly feel everyone can be a productive part of society if willing to put in the work.
Starting your therapy journey can be difficult, and you've already taken the first step. As a budding psychotherapist, I am excited to continue to grow here at Corey Family Counseling. I have been passionate about working with others from a young age. Since I found my passion for helping, I have been dedicated to the practice of psychotherapy. As a Clinician, I believe that connecting with others is essential. My primary goal is to connect, create a therapeutic relationship, and work side by side with you to reach the goals you have. I work with individuals of all ages and presenting concerns. I feel most confident working with children and adolescents with ADHD, anxiety, and depression. Along-side individual practice, I work with couples and families and have a certificate in addiction studies. I can't wait to work together to help you feel like you again.
Kristina is a Master's level Psychotherapist who earned her Master's of Social Work degree from Florida State University. Kristina loves working with all individuals in need of a warm and caring professional heart, and her passion is with children, teens, military families, veterans, and individuals with disabilities. Kristina strives to fulfill her motto: “It's never too late to lend a helping hand” by supporting individuals in reaching their fullest potential by focusing on the therapeutic relationship, individual strengths, open communication, problem solving, motivation, and resolutions.
Counseling Services offered at CFC include Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Individual Supportive Therapy, Couples and Family Counseling, Trauma and Grief Counseling, and Adjustment and Transitional Counseling.