About You

We often seek therapy when the way we approach and respond to the world no longer brings the results we want. Perhaps our intimate relationships aren’t satisfying. We’ve tried everything we can think of to make them work better, but our efforts haven’t succeeded. We may even see where the roots of our behaviors come from, but somehow we can’t find the way to change them.

When we feel stuck in our behavioral habits, it can generate feelings of worthlessness, anxiety, frustration, tension, or hopelessness.  You may feel alone in your life with these feelings, either because there truly isn’t anyone there for you, or because the people around you don’t know how to help.

Something, though, has gotten you this far.  Some irrepressible You has carried you to this moment in time and has kept the essence of you safe – even when you’ve felt very far from the dreams and attributes that make you who you are to yourself.  It is precisely this You that therapy is designed to find and learn from.  Together, we’ll identify your strengths, past and present, and draw upon them to make the changes you want. Along the way, we are guided by my certainty that you have the answers you need to make the life you want. Contact Katrina to schedule an appointment or for more information.

Over my 25 years of practice, I have worked successfully with people from various backgrounds, ages, and life circumstances.  Clients who benefit particularly from their work with me include those:

  • going through different phases of trauma recovery
  • couples at all stages of their relationship
  • artists, writers, musicians, and others engaged in creative pursuits who feel stuck in their process, or on the brink of a change
  • going through various life transitions, including divorce, pregnancy, adjusting to having an infant, losing a job, career change, death, and aging
  • navigating step parenting

Contact Katrina to schedule an appointment or for more information.

Anybody can learn to think, or believe, or know, but not a single human being can be taught to feel.  The moment you feel, you are nobody-but-yourself – and to be nobody but yourself in a world which is doing its best, night and day, to make you everybody else – means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight.

– e. e. cummings