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).
I acquired extensive internship experience in various settings ranging from private practice, schools, and an eating disorder facility that offered intensive outpatient therapy (IOP) and partial hospitalization (PHP) programs. I am a published contributor for a chapter on Diagnostic Considerations in Counseling Individuals with Co-Occurring Addictive and Mental Disorders: A Comprehensive Approach.
Through my experiences I have found every individual has their own unique needs that require varying approaches in therapy. For that reason, I rely on an eclectic approach and typically incorporate cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, family systems, attachment theory, mindfulness, and person-centered modalities into sessions.
In my opinion, 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 and relaxing 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. With my expertise in mental health and your motivation for change, we can create the life you deserve.