Kathryn is a trained Qoya instructor and psychotherapist. Trained at Columbia and Northwestern Universities, Kathryn became interested in the field of embodiment through her education and professional experiences in social work. She is passionate about helping pave the way for the female body to be a safe, sacred, and powerful place to live. In the Spring of 2014, Kathryn attended Qoya teacher training with Rochelle. This practice blended Kathryn's interest in movement, embodiment, and community-building and she is excited to share this practice with others.
My intention is to help people live more peacefully, effectively, and powerfully in their bodies and lives. I work with individuals, families, and couples to find relief and healing in the midst of difficult circumstances. From self-harm to substance use to eating problems, I offer experiential and present-centered treatment that engages and affirms the whole person in order to build full and satisfying lives.
Through awareness of this moment, we can explore how to respond to needs, desires, hungers, and our environment with increased clarity and compassion. Therapy can be a helpful tool in practicing how to encounter what we are experiencing in imaginative ways. This allows new skills, abilities, and ideas to emerge.