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
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.
Cara Curcio, LICSW
Whatever your reason for seeking therapy is—whether it is an addiction, depression, anxiety, body image issues, gender identity—Cara will work collaboratively with you to get to the root of it to help increase insight about patterns that are playing out in your life. Cara has a background as a yoga practitioner and teacher so she also works to use mindfulness and meditation in sessions where appropriate. Cara also works to individualize each therapy relationship, using psychodynamic principles, cognitive behavioral therapy, and dialectical behavioral therapy to guide her interventions. She addresses a range of issues in her work. Cara has a background in addictions and mental health counseling, and continue to co-lead a weekly addiction recovery group at Kolmac. Even though Cara works with a wide variety of issues, she always works to make the therapy relationship feel safe, collaborative, and trauma-informed.
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.
Lindsay King, NCC, LPC
Lindsay King is a creative, compassionate therapist with over 12 years of experience empowering clients to heal, grow, and thrive. She helps her clients achieve relief from symptoms like anxiety, grief, and anger; assisting them to strengthen resilience, thereby becoming better equipped to face life’s challenges with poise and grace. Lindsay is a National Certified Counselor, Licensed Professional Counselor, and member of ACA (American Counseling Association). She studied Human Services and Voice in North Carolina; then earned her MA in Counseling, specializing in Leadership and Coaching, in Atlanta, Georgia. Lindsay believes within the counseling process itself, the counselor is a sojourner with the client, for a collaboratively specified amount of time; helping the client achieve relief from symptoms, resolve life stressors, and begin living a vibrant life. The counselor acts as a guide, while the client works toward their goals; much like a personal trainer helps a gymnast achieve her performance vision. It has been said, there is no magic wand in therapy. At times the work can seem arduous. As your therapist, Lindsay is present with you, and offers impartial, authentic, compassionate care while you embark on your transformational journey. Lindsay looks forward to working with you to reach your counseling goals and ultimately renew your inner strength.
John Weibel, LICSW
There are times in life when we feel "stuck" and unable to move forward to live the life that we desire and deserve. While it takes strength and courage to reach out for help, the rewards of therapy are life-changing. John assists clients in identifying what may be holding them back. He empowers clients to gain insight into underlying issues, heal deep wounds, and master the tools to create the life they desire and deserve. John is passionate about the therapeutic work he does and enjoys forming strong alliances with his clients, partnering with them throughout their personal journey of growth and discovery. John Weibel, LICSW has been a licensed clinical social worker since 1993 and have worked with adults with anxiety, depression, trauma, family/relationship issues, LGTBQ, and serious and persistent mental illness.