Kathryn Conyers LPC
Kathryn holds a Master of Arts in Professional Mental Health Counseling from Lewis & Clark Graduate School and a Bachelor in Psychology with an emphasis on human development. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC). She has worked in a variety of settings providing counseling and education, including private practice, universities, high schools, and childcare. Her work has focused primarily on mood disorders, childhood trauma, work-life balance, and family communication.
Individual, Couples, School-based.
Kathryn believes each of us has the potential to live a fulfilling life. She views counseling as an opportunity to explore emotions, thoughts, and past experiences in order to better understand the self. She understands that problems arise in a variety of ways and can cause us to feel stuck or overwhelmed. Kathryn sees how often, parts of ourselves (such as anxiety and self-doubt) get in the way of living the lives we desire. She works with clients to identify what they truly want in life and to discover solutions to work toward those goals.
Kathryn draws from the following therapies: person-centered, mindfulness, self-compassion, somatic (body-based) experience, psychodynamic, Internal Family Systems (“parts work”), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), solution-focused, expressive arts and play therapy.
Depression, Stress Management, Anxiety/Fears/Phobia/Panic Attacks, Trauma, LGBTQ+, Religious/Spiritual Issues, Somatic Experiencing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Persistent (Chronic) Pain, EMDR