Ms. Katie Golly, LCPC, has a master’s degree from Roosevelt University’s Clinical Psychology/Counseling Practice Program. Ms. Katie has experience working with individuals of all ages with anxiety, depression, ADHD, PTSD, complex trauma and accumulated stress utilizing techniques from both cognitive and somatic based therapeutic modalities. Ms. Katie incorporates verbal and non verbal therapeutic techniques that allow patients to explore and convey their emotional experiences. She honors a holistic perspective that incorporates biological, psychological, sociological, and spiritual forces in an individual’s life.
As a parent, herself, she knows first hand that parenting is one of the most rewarding and most challenging jobs on the planet. She understands that parents can feel lost and isolated when trying to figure out how to tackle challenges as they arise. She wants parents to know it’s okay to feel stressed and confused, and that seeking therapeutic support for oneself can be one of the most beneficial resources to promote health and well being for the entire family.