Katherine is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Illinois and a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Indiana. She earned her Master’s degree in Clinical Professional Psychology from Roosevelt University. She has completed specialized training in Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders and Perinatal Loss and Grief.
Katherine Kaiser has been a clinical counselor for six years with a specialty in anxiety, relaxation, meditation and mindfulness. She typically works from a cognitive behavioral therapy approach but believes in pulling from multiple theoretical perspectives to best meet the client’s needs. She is a mother of two and lives on the north side of Indianapolis.
Xenia Hatzilias is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Nashville, Tennessee. She received her Bachelor’s in Psychology at Florida State University and then earned a Master’s in Mental Health Counseling at Loyola University New Orleans. Xenia is trained in Multisystemic Family Therapy, Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders and Perinatal Loss and Grief.
Xenia began working with families of adolescents in the Juvenile Justice System in New Orleans. She utilized Multisystemic Family Therapy to keep their children in the home and out of the criminal justice system. Xenia continued this work in Nashville and later began working with families with children in foster care.
Xenia understands how intimidating it can be to invite someone into your home (virtual or otherwise) and understands the importance of meeting the client in a comfortable and safe setting. She is a believer in the strong working relationship between the client and therapist and how important this relationship is in order to build trust and facilitate emotional growth.
Mary is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Tennessee and Virginia. She also holds a license in substance abuse treatment (LSBTP) in Virinia. Mary graduated from East Tennessee State University with a counseling degree specializing in community agency counseling. She has completed specialized training in Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders and Perinatal Loss and Grief.
Mary is currently working towards a PhD. in Counselor Education and Supervision with a specialization in addiction. She believes counseling can be helpful to anyone wanting to improve functioning and manage stress. Mary focuses on helping her clients build upon their strengths in order to move past troubling life situations.