Kerrie welcomes clients of all races, abilities, gender identities, and sexual orientations. She believes every client has the power within themselves to find fulfillment; sometimes they just need to view their situation from a different angle to find the right path. Kerrie is a general practitioner, meaning she works with a variety of concerns. She specializes in helping others process traumatic experiences so those experiences become a source of strength. She has experience working with individuals who are going through the process of gender transition and feels comfortable writing letters of recommendation for hormone therapy and/or surgery as needed. She enjoys working with children and adolescents by utilizing play and art therapy techniques to help them gain comfort and express emotion. She also works with couples who are looking to strengthen their relationship or separate amicably.
Kerrie’s theory base is mainly cognitive behavioral; however, she incorporates techniques from other theories depending on what each client needs. She offers telehealth appointments depending on insurance coverage if getting to the office is a difficulty.
Kerrie offers a 20 min. gift of her time, at no charge, to sit down and talk. Together, you can decide if Kerrie is the right therapist for you. This can be done in person or by phone.