Master of Science in Professional Counseling Southeastern University
Certified Mental Health Coach
Gottman Method Couples Therapy (Level 1 & Level 2)
Certified SYMBIS Premarital Facilitator
Catrina is proactive in helping clients develop new coping strategies to manage the stress of life while working on recovery from depression, anxiety, trauma, life transitions, grief, and relationship issues.
Catrina has years of experience with a diverse population of clients. She has provided treatment in a variety of settings; community, group, private practice, and correctional facilities.
Catrina’s passionate about partnering with children, adolescents, adults/couples, and families. Therapy models that Catrina utilizes are Cognitive-Behavioral, Client-Centered, Solution-Focused, Emotion-Focused, Narrative, and Psychotherapy. Catrina incorporates music, expressive arts, and play therapy into sessions to unlock deeper experiences in one’s healing, identity, and purpose.
Catrina is a Retired Combat Veteran and JROTC Senior Army Instructor with over 25 years of service. Her counseling journey began when she successfully recovered from PTSD. She recognized that it can be extremely difficult for someone who has been trained and dedicated in helping others accept the fact that they need help as well. This catapulted her into advocating for mental health services and fight stigma. Her approach is to inspire, equip, and empower the healing professionals in order to help move toward hope, healing and improve quality of life.
Catrina and her husband Todd have been married for over 20 years and together (blended) they have 5 children and 2 grandchildren.
Specialties: Anxiety and Depression, Trauma, PTSD, Boundaries, Self-Care and Stress Management, Adjustment and Life Transitions, Parenting Skills, Young Adults, Identity, Independence and Adulting, Grief, Divorce, Separation, & Reconciliation, Marital Communication, Blended Families, Empowerment.
Locations: Brandon Office
Fee: $85.00 per 50-minute session