Katie Graham, PCLC
I work within a flexible, strengths-based, and research-supported framework. I have experience working with adolescents and adults across many presenting issues.
How can I possibly convey that I am the right fit for you as a counselor? It’s a lot to ask from a few words. Reading a profile like this can’t possibly tell you everything you need to know about me, or the kind of person I am – let alone how I am as a counselor.
Yes, I have the qualifications, the passion and drive to do this work – I’m sure we all do – it’s not the line of work to be in if you don’t!
What I can say about my professional self is that I will listen wholeheartedly, and that I am flexible and adaptable to differing needs. Drawing from several person-centered, evidence-based counseling theories, we will create a relationship that is tailored to you as an individual and most importantly as a human! I don’t believe in a one-size fits-all approach.
If you and I work together, our relationship will be as unique as every individual person is. We may laugh, we may cry, we will definitely work hard, and we will work towards the outcomes that YOU want out of this. Counseling is meant to serve you, not to create a dependency on therapy.
Qualified in sport science and fine arts, I can include movement, art and play into therapy as well. I believe in my continued development of cultural humility and I am LGBTQIA+ affirming. I have worked with individuals and groups in my homeland of New Zealand, Australia, and the US and have over 20 years collective experience working closely with teens and adults, including over a decade of teaching experience before moving into mental health. With warmth, creativity, and a wide range of experiences I can help you to decide what it is you’re aiming for and how you’re going to get there.
I have experience and an interest in counseling those struggling with life transitions such as leaving home or changing relationships, parenting, loss and grief, anxiety and depression, and am certified to treat acute and chronic trauma
Enough about me - Let's talk about YOU!!
Montana State University
Fees and insurance
Cost per session$150 - $220
Accepted payment methods
- Credit Card
Accepted insurance plans
- Blue Cross/Blue Shield
Specialties and clinical interests
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Bipolar & Other Mood Disorders
- Body Image
- Chronic Illness
- Chronic Pain
- Divorce & Separation
- Domestic Abuse/Violence
- Eating Disorders
- Gender Identity
- Grief & Loss
- Highly Sensitive Persons (HSPs)
- Sexual Abuse
- Sexual Identity
- Sports Performance
- Trauma & PTSD
- Women's Issues
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
- Client-Centered Therapy
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
- Play Therapy & Sandtray
- Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT)
- Trauma-Informed Therapy