Katie Miterko, MSW
My motivation to become a therapist was greatly influenced by my own experience as a client of therapy. After I had my twins, I spent months trying to be ‘strong’ and waiting for the ‘blues’ to pass. When I finally decided to enter therapy, a weight was lifted from my shoulders. I love that I now have the privilege of supporting others in the ways that my therapist supported me.
For ten years, I worked as a behavior clinician teaching skills and providing support to individuals with developmental disabilities. Prior to that, I worked at a foster care agency. I have experience working with a variety of ages and of concerns including self injurious behaviors, suicidal ideation, religious trauma, depression, ADHD, and anxiety. I also work with women struggling with postpartum depression or anxiety.
I believe that building a strong therapeutic relationship is key to making change. My goal is for my office to be a safe space for individuals. From there, we will work together to create a pathway forward to meeting your goals and experiencing relief and healing.