Katherine is a Chicagoland native, teacher, and psychologist who enthusiastically wants to help people have strong mental health and healthy, fulfilling relationships. Relationships are one of the most important things in a person's life and not everyone learns or knows how to do them well. Good ones make people happy and bad ones hurt and detract from one's sense of well-being.
Katherine is a licensed psychologist with over 25 years of experience working with adolescents, adults, couples and groups in multiple clinical settings including college counseling, psychiatric hospitals, community mental health, and private practice. She has authored multiple books on working with couples and sex education for high school and college students. Currently, she is the Director of the Clinical Mental Health Graduate Programs for Lewis University.
Doctor of Philosophy, Counseling Psychology
Master of Counseling Psychology
Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
Bachelors Degree, Psychology
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Revolutionize Your Relationship: A Little Goes a Long Way
Being in a romantic relationship is a learned skill and our learning how to be with someone evolves over time. Understanding how the little things we do can contribute to or erode relationship satisfaction is critical to how content we are with our partners.