Katrina has worked in the non-profit, public health, healthcare, and higher education sectors. Within these industries, she provided wellness services (e.g., advising, counseling, mentoring, and coaching) to diverse populations. Her specialty populations include at-risk, underprepared, low-income, adult learners, young and emerging adults, Black Americans, and communities of color.
A holistic model is utilized to increase clients' understanding of the interconnectedness of the dimensions in their lives to influence personal satisfaction, physical and mental well-being, meaning in one's life, self-esteem, and to build healthy social connections. She utilizes the evidence-based Sweeney and Myers (2003) Indivisible Self Wellness Model to explore the dimensions of
Creative (Thinking, Emotions, Control, Work & Positive Humor)
Physical (Exercise & Nutrition)
Essential (Spirituality, Gender Identity, Cultural Identity, Self-Care)
Social (Friendship and Love)
Coping (Leisure, Stress Management, Self-Worth, Realistic Beliefs)
Katrina holds a Master of Science degree in Higher Education Counseling/Student Affairs and has completed post-master coursework in clinical mental health from West Chester University of Pennsylvania. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Pennsylvania and New Jersey and holds two national counselor certifications from the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC).
Currently, she is a doctoral candidate in the CACREP-accredited counselor education and supervision (CES) program at the University of the Cumberlands. Her expected completion is March 2023. She worked as adjunct faculty in the Philadelphia region to instruct and provide clinical supervision to counselors-in-training. Her research interests are multiculturalism, health disparities, marginalized populations (specifically Black Americans), emerging adults, mental health provider implicit bias, and gendered racism.
Offer a mental wellness program or health activities in the workplace to reduce stress, healthcare costs, and to increase productivity.
Enhance your clinical skills as a masters-level or entry-level counselor. Grow professionally with an experienced clinician who values multiculturalism.
Offering short-term mental, emotional, and behavioral health services to nurture the growth of high functioning and prosperous individuals.