Katherine Glassey is a Licensed Professional Counselor with more than ten years of counseling experience working with children, teens, adults, families, couples, and groups. Whether you are experiencing difficult circumstances, are wanting to understand yourself better, or have specific goals to work on, Katherine believes in joining with you to build hope, compassion, and resiliency.
The individuals Katherine frequently works with struggle with a variety of things including: grief, transitions, boundaries, relational issues, anxiety, depression, trauma, church-related hurt, and knowing how to integrate faith with their experience.
Katherine employs a warm, empathetic, and eclectic approach with her clients by blending Biblical principles with cognitive behavioral therapy, strength-based solution-focused therapy, family systems theory and trauma-informed care. Additionally, Katherine seeks to tap into her client’s natural strengths while equipping them for change.
In addition to her private practice, Katherine has worked with a large non-profit in the DFW area providing crisis counseling and trauma-informed care to children and families. She has experience with the Trust Based Relational Intervention model of parenting children who have been through trauma. She is also a certified facilitator of Prepare and Enrich Marital Assessment, helping pre-marital and married couples.
Katherine received her Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Counseling from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth in 2011 and her bachelors in Psychology from Texas A&M University in 2008 (Whoop!).
Katherine and her husband live in the mid-cities area with their son, daughter, three kitties, and puppy.