Katherine has been practising counselling at the Ezra Centre since completing her Master of Counselling. She is passionate about and committed to offering a safe place where clients can feel free to explore the issues most important to them.
Katherine works with both individuals and couples who may have issues related to trauma, abuse, domestic violence, relationship difficulties, grief, depression, anxiety, loneliness, or suicidal thoughts. Her aim is to draw from and integrate a range of therapeutic models to individually suit the client. She has a particular interest in trauma, somatic and emotionally focused models, utilizing the therapeutic relationship as one of the most important assets to facilitate clients towards growth and healing.
Katherine has a background working in private practice, domestic violence services as well as telephone counselling with Lifeline. Her initial degree and work in physiotherapy has provided a background working with children and adolescents with intellectual disabilities and complex motor difficulties.
Katherine has also had many years of pastoral experience with youth and young adults as well as facilitating marriage preparation courses. She is an accredited Prepare-Enrich Facilitator and has a Level 1 accreditation with Australian Online Therapy Training. Katherine is a provisional member with the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation Australia (PACFA) and a graduate member with Christian Counsellors Association Australia (CCAA).