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Katherine Dannecker-Stevens



Katherine received her Master’s in Art Therapy with a concentration in Counseling from Mount Mary University. She is an art therapist and licensed professional counselor in training who works with adolescents and adults. Her past clinical art therapy experience includes working with adults with developmental disabilities, individuals experiencing homelessness, individuals who have experienced domestic abuse, and facilitating community art therapy groups.

Katherine takes a client centered approach to therapy and believes in the communicative power of art within the therapeutic process.

She takes an integrative approach to therapy to best fit each individual and work with them towards their goals. She draws from humanistic and cognitive-behavioral based therapies. She creates a space that allows for individuals to express themselves and be seen in a safe space.

Katherine works with children (10+), adolescents, adults, and families.

​​Issues: Anxiety, depression, behavioral issues (ADHD), mood disorders, stress, and trauma.

Treatment Specialties: Client-centered, behavior modification, cognitive-behavioral therapy, Art-therapy, and trauma-informed.


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