Katya Dow, Intern
Mental Health and Wellness Counseling Intern
Finding a therapist takes courage, trust, and hope that a new path forward is possible for you. I offer a safe space in which you can be fully seen and valued for who you are, while developing new tools for navigating life’s challenges. My approach is trauma-informed, multicultural, and focuses on understanding you as a whole person. Through healing and self-exploration, we will implement skills together that can help you manage life stressors and improve multiple aspects of your life, ranging from relationships, career, self-esteem, and other long-term goals.
I specialize in working with individuals on a wide range of concerns including depression, anxiety, trauma, life transitions, career concerns, interpersonal conflicts, and others. I have additional training in MBCT and safety planning. I have experience working with LGTBQ individuals, sex workers, youth involved in the juvenile justice system, families involved in the child welfare systems, and individuals who have experienced violence or some type of trauma, including sexual abuse/assault and intimate partner violence. I come to this specialization after having spent years as an attorney representing youth and families in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems.
If you are interested in scheduling a session with me, I encourage you to reach out to set up a 15-minute free introductory phone call.