Welcome – Kathryn Chapman, CMHC

Kathryn graduated summa Cum Laude from Utah Valley University with a bachelor’s in social science and American studies. She then decided to further her education by attending Adams State University for her Masters in Clinical Mental Health. In addition, she went on to obtained her CMHC license as well as level 2 of the Gottman Training and a multicultural distinction award from UVU. As a licensed CMHC most of her experience has been working with clients who struggle with ADHD, relational issues, depression, and anxiety. She also has extensive experience in academics and career counseling and has training in helping clients who struggle with religious crises as well. Kathryn loves working with families, individuals, and couples. She loves helping parents improve their relationships with each other and with their children, as well as helping students to succeed in school and their careers. A superpower of hers is helping clients access the strengths they already possess and use them to improve the issues they have in life. She provides a safe, calm, and compassionate place to share a clients struggle. She can also help by providing additional resources to the clients to help them achieve their goals. In Kathryns free time her favorite thing to do is read pride and prejudice variations, as well as reading other types of books too. She also enjoys traveling, meeting new people, trying new cuisines, and experiencing different cultures. She and her family love to watch movie, take drives, and cook together.