Katherine Sutton

Katherine is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate (LCMHCA) who practices in Cary, NC. Katherine is from North Carolina and received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from UNC- Chapel Hill and a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Liberty University. Katherine treats couples, families, individuals, and children. Katherine uses art therapy and play therapy to work with elementary aged children with a focus on anxiety, depression, social skills and communication skills. Katherine has also received additional training in Autism and Sensorimotor disorders, and helps support the families of those individuals with Autism.

Katherine works closely with adults surrounding parenting and relational difficulties. Katherine uses the Gottman Approach to Therapy when working with couples. This approach is largely based on identifying unhealthy communication patterns in the relationship while also fostering the underlying friendship as the foundation of the relationship. Katherine uses systemic therapy approaches to address stressors and challenges related to parenting. Katherine’s’ work with adults additionally includes treating anxiety and working through grief/loss.

Katherine’s approach to counseling is strengths-based and integrative. Katherine uses faith-based support and interventions when appropriate to the individual/family she is working with. Katherine strives to make the client feel safe and relaxed in the counseling environment and supports the client’s goals for growth.

Please contact Katherine directly to schedule appointments with her.