LMHC, RYT, QCS
Kate McReynolds, owner of Root To Rise Counseling, is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Trauma-Informed Yoga Teacher, and is trained in Perinatal & Maternal Mental Health. In addition to her specialty of working with pregnant women and mothers, Kate works with adults and couples and offers yoga-assisted counseling for depression, anxiety, and trauma. She is also a Qualified Clinical Supervisor for Registered Mental Health Counseling Interns working toward obtaining licensure.
She offers both in-person and virtual services, and is committed to serving her community by providing compassionate care rooted in evidenced-based practices such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (M-BCT), and Trauma-Informed Yoga. Learn more about Kate's treatment approach and services here.
Kate believes that you have an innate ability to create a shift in your mental health, and you may just need someone to help you discover it, strengthen it, and work through the shift with you. She understands the deep impact that mental health concerns can have on a person’s life and she is eager to help you bring a sense of calm, contentment, and control back into yours.
"You already have the ability to heal yourself and grow. I will work to help you find it and keep it." -Kate
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
CBT is effective in helping people reach goals related to:
Identifying and restructuring unhealthy thought patterns
Improving communication and social skills within relationships
Understanding connections between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors
Maintaining medication compliance
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
ACT is effective in helping people reach goals related to:
Gaining control over emotional responses
Identifying and challenging negative self-talk
Developing resiliency against life’s stressors
Increasing feelings of joy and fulfillment
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (M-BCT)
M-BCT is effective in helping people reach goals related to:
Reducing intensity and frequency of symptoms
Improving awareness of triggers
Developing healthy coping skills
Increasing focus and concentration levels
Yoga is proven to promote a number of mental health benefits, including:
Healthy psycho-somatic experiences
Improved ability to self-regulate
Deeper self-awareness and insight
Strengthened self-esteem and self-efficacy
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