Kathy Parker, LCSW
authenticity ~ clarity ~ confidence
Please feel free to schedule an appointment and rest assured that I am following the CDC recommendation of social distancing. I offer HIPAA compliant Telehealth sessions at no extra charge to my clients. Managing our mental and emotional health needs is important now more than ever.
I believe that each individual has within them, the key to live life to their greatest potential. The change that each individual seeks is unique and personal. When meeting with me, you are validated and encouraged to be the person you want to be and to invent the life you want to live. The relationship between client and therapist is essential in regards to honesty, trust and genuine exploration. I create an environment that promotes authenticity, clarity, and confidence because the presence of these elements helps us remember that our potential to create change is always present. I have a holistic approach that builds on your personal strengths and that incorporates the wholeness of your individual experience.
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The individuals I work with are diverse and initiate counseling for a myriad of reasons. Regardless of how committed we are to being mindful and grateful for our unique experience, life has its hurdles and obstacles. When you commit to counseling, you open the door to personal benefits such as a decrease in level of distress and an increase in coping and communication skills, as well as enhanced and meaningful relationships.
I moved from the East Coast to Utah in 2008 in an effort to create the change I wanted in my life. I was drawn to Utah because of my love for the outdoors. Whether I’m expecting a powder day in the mountains, an exploratory day in the slot canyons or a fruitful day working in my garden, I am regularly seeking challenges and new ways I can grow as an individual and as a counselor. I am dedicated to the healing process both in my personal and professional life.
I graduated from the State University of New York with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2002 with a major in Psychology and a minor in Women’s Studies. I graduated from Rhode Island College with a Master’s Degree in Social Work in 2005. In 2007 I became a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW).