Sensorimotor Psychotherapy for Trauma level 1 (2012, London, UK)
RCpN, B.A. (Psychology), PgDipHSc (Advanced Psychotherapy Practice), Master of Health Practice(Distinction)(Psychotherapy Practice), MNZAP (ACP), Reg. PBANZ, IARPP
Katherine is an experienced psychotherapist, working with individuals from 16 years and older who are experiencing a wide range of difficulties. Katherine has worked in private practice as a psychotherapist for many years; she has a depth and breadth of work experience having worked in both youth and adult inpatient mental health settings, in community mental health, as a school counsellor in multicultural schools in the Middle East, and with youth in prison. She offers supervision to psychotherapists, counsellors and others, and teaches trainee counsellors.
Katherine has a particular interest in; cutting edge therapeutic work which includes ‘the body’ more intentionally in talking therapy with chronic and complex post-traumatic stress responses, and in working alongside people seeking personal change and growth who are wanting to free themselves from repetitive patterns and blocks in their lives.
She is an ACC provider of therapy for sensitive claims.
In her work Katherine seeks to create with clients an accepting, reflective, confidential and non-judgemental relationship in which troubling questions about the client’s mind-body-soul can be explored with gentle, open and honest curiosity, enabling people to approach their difficulties and find healing.