Katie O’Neil (She/Her)

Big Behaviors in Little Ones

Life Transitions

Anxiety

White

Cis-Gender Female

LGBTQ

Able-Bodied

Married

Birthing Parent

As a child, I grew up in a home where family members experienced significant mental health struggles that affected our entire family. I recall feeling confused, angry and isolated because I thought my experience, and that of my loved ones, was unique.  In reality, our individual and collective experiences were shared by many others. I often wonder what would have been different in each of our lives, if we had access to compassionate mental health care. While I’ll never know how different things could have been, I do believe it’s never too late to nurture and heal. This is one of many life experiences that drew me to the field of counseling and why I am honored to be a part of your growth and healing, wherever you are in your journey.

I understands how layered and complicated life can feel at times.  I hold a deep regard for the strength individuals hold and work in partnership with my clients to foster and build upon that strength in the healing process.  Sometimes, simply recognizing and incorporating what already exists within, is the best place to begin.  I hope to explore and support healing and personal development in a manner that is as unique as the person you are.  If you are part of the LGBTQIA community, I am well-equipped and would be honored to help you navigate the complex terrain of love, loss, identity exploration, family dynamics, and family planning.

In my free time, I love spending time with my family, being outdoors all seasons of the year, cooking, gardening, and traveling.

Master’s Degree in Counseling, Regis University

Circle of Security Facilitator

Synergetic Play Therapy

Mental Health Considerations for the Queer, Transgender, and Gender Expansive Communities

Working with Latinx Clients, Families & Communities

Becoming a Racially Conscious Professional

Working with Clients with Neurodivergence

Gender & Sexuality