Katherine Weber, MA, LAC
My journey began at Drew University where I was a collegiate soccer player for four years. I earned my bachelor’s degree in Psychology as well as a minor in Spanish. I decided to continue my education at Centenary University where I received my master’s in Clinical Counseling. I am currently a licensed associate counselor (LAC).
My passion and experience is working with children, adolescents, and young adults. I acquired internship experience at a private practice in NJ, an elementary school, and an eating disorder facility that offered intensive outpatient therapy (IOP) and partial hospitalization (PHP) programs. I am a contributor for a chapter on Diagnostic Considerations in an upcoming publication (in press) Counseling Individuals with Co-Occurring Addictive and Mental Disorders: A Comprehensive Approach.
Through an eclectic approach I can meet the needs of all clients. I typically incorporate cognitive behavioral therapy, family systems, mindfulness, and person-centered modalities into sessions. I believe that at the core of healing is a trusting, genuine, and nonjudgmental therapeutic relationship. I provide clients with an opportunity to have a voice in a validating atmosphere.
I believe in a collaborative relationship where my clients and I can work together to navigate through their own unique and equally important journeys, develop coping skills, and discover what already lies within them.