Katie Latona joins CFCE as a graduate student in Northwestern University’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. Katie has years of experience working in a nonprofit setting and volunteering in social justice and community activism spaces. She has also volunteered as a response advocate for the Camden County Domestic Violence Center.
Katie is committed to counseling as a non-judgmental and collaborative process where clients can feel heard, validated, and empowered to make change in their lives. She tailors her approach to each client based on their unique worldviews and needs. Katie uses practices based on client-centered, existential, CBT, and attachment-based modalities among others, with a focus on mindfulness, meaning-making, and living toward one’s values. She believes that each client deserves the opportunity for healing and self-compassion, and the opportunity to break patterns that no longer serve them.
Kate has an undergraduate degree from Fordham University and a Master’s from the University of Illinois, both in artmaking. She infuses her creativity into her counseling practice.
In her free time, Katie enjoys reading, watching TV, cooking/baking, gardening, making art, and spending time with her family.
- Adolescents (13+)
- Young Adults (18-25)
- Adults (18+)
- Support for College Students
- Life Transitions
Fee: $60 for a 45 – 50 minute session