After graduating from Stockton University with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a Behavioral Neuroscience Minor, Kate worked on an eating disorder unit and lab. She then continued her education and received her Master’s Degree in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from Chestnut Hill College.
With education in behavioral neuroscience, Kate’s understanding of the brain helps her understand children’s behaviors which result from trauma. She loves to utilize play therapy, taking games and turning them into therapeutic tools for children. Kate also specializes in eating disorder techniques and has experience working in classroom settings, private practice, and hospital settings.