Kate Schroeder, M.ED., LPC, NCC

Owner & Psychotherapist at Transformation Counseling
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Kate is a Licensed Professional Counselor, as well as a Nationally Certified Counselor, who has over 25 years of professional experience working with children, adolescents, teenagers, adults, and families in a variety of settings within both the education and mental health fields. Her clinical background includes experience as a school counselor, mental health therapist in an urban university’s counseling center, individual, couples, group and family therapist, and clinical research. Within these settings, Kate has provided individual, group and family counseling for clients experiencing difficulties in areas including crisis intervention, depression and anxiety, adjustment and transitional concerns, acculturation and multicultural issues, family and childhood conflicts, interpersonal relationships, grief and trauma, eating disorders, LGBTQ issues, self-efficacy, career exploration and various other interpersonal conflicts. Kate also holds certification as a massage therapist, physical trainer and physical education teacher.

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  • Exploring how your boundaries were (or were not) supported in your childhood is the key to developing the kinds of healthy boundaries you will need in your adult life. This practice will give you more energy to show up for those people and places that bring you the most meaning.

  • Effectively dealing with others who hurt you emotionally is an 'inside job.' Sometimes people hurt us, and sometimes, those people are the ones we love the most. When you’ve been hurt by someone emotionally, the only thing that really matters is how you choose to feel your feelings and learn from them.

  • Anything done from a place of pressure is not felt from a place of the heart. Doing things like exercising, eating a clean diet, giving up sugar, quitting drinking, etc., when coerced, is more about emotional self-preservation than true desire. Pressure is always an indication that something might be amiss.

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