Meet Our Staff

Our highly-qualified therapists are trained in a wide range of therapy techniques, such as cognitive behavioral, psychodynamic, solution-focused, mindfulness. Talk to your therapist about their methods and how they may best suit your needs.

 

Katie Burner, LICSW, LCSW

Katie Burner, LICSW

Katie Burner is a licensed clinical social worker (LICSW) with several years of experience providing psychotherapy to adults, adolescents, and children. Her clinical focus is in issues of anxiety, depression, work-stress, relationship-stress, addictions, and trauma. She has also been trained in the Trauma Recovery and Empowerment Model (TREM) and finds using this model as one useful tool in the treatment of trauma. Modalities that guide her treatment are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and solution-focused therapy. Katie received her Master’s degree in Social Work and Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Brigham Young University. Katie’s therapeutic approach is to create a compassionate and non-judgmental space to address the difficulties that bring clients to therapy. She uses a number of therapeutic modalities to tailor therapy to the client’s needs, and will work alongside you to create meaningful goals. She has experience in individual and group psychotherapy and is gladly accepting new clients.
Danielle Foote, LICSW

Danielle Foote, LICSW

A Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LICSW), Danielle Foote has over six years of experience working with adults and families grappling with life transitions, relationship problems, other issues related to attachment, grief and loss, spiritual crisis, trauma of every variety, and addiction. With her practice founded on the assumption human beings are imaginative, creative, and inclined toward growth, she believes her role is to help people not so much feel better in the short term but get better at building their lives. She is passionate about helping clients explore how their past relationships, environments, and experiences influence interpersonal patterns and shape their present sense of self. Eclectic and hands-on in her approach, she uses an integrative style of treatment to create an empathetic, collaborative atmosphere. She welcomes folks who may feel misunderstood due to their sexuality, gender, relationship type, non-conforming body, disability, or lifestyle. With pleasure and anticipation, Danielle is accepting new clients — individuals and couples — and provided a good fit, looks forward to working with you.
David Kucharski, LICSW

David Kucharski, LICSW

David Kucharski is a licensed clinical social worker (LICSW) with more than 10 years of experience providing counseling to individuals and couples. He has served adults facing a variety of issues, from depression and anxiety to trauma recovery, life and relationship stress, and substance recovery. He has particular experience working with persons who are LGBTQ and/or who wish to incorporate religious/spiritual beliefs into therapy. Dave views counseling as a collaborative process and provides a safe and non-judgmental space where clients can identify and strengthen skills they already possess while building greater self-confidence and satisfaction with life. Dave earned his Master’s in Social Work from Catholic University of America and his Bachelor’s from The University of Iowa. He gladly accepts new clients, and if his approach sounds like a good fit, he would be happy to work with you.
Amy Muhlbach, LICSW

Amy Muhlbach, LICSW

Amy Muhlbach has over a decade of experience as a licensed clinical social worker working with adults struggling with mental health issues, addiction, and trauma. She provides a strengths-based approach to nurture acceptance and love of self that can encourage healing where there may be anxiety, anger, depression, low self-worth, difficult relationships, or addiction. She uses cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic and motivational interviewing techniques in therapy. Amy received her Master of Social Work from Howard University and her Bachelor’s in Sociology from Gettysburg College. She has studied and uses aspects of the TREM (Trauma Recovery Empowerment Model) intervention to help individuals recover from the effects of past trauma. She has worked with both men and women to help them find self-worth and meaningful solutions to life’s challenges. Amy has experience with individual, couple and group psychotherapy and is eager to begin working with you.

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