Kate Levine, MA, LPC (she/her/hers) is a white, cis, straight-size therapist who works to stay engaged with the privilege these identities bring. She has primarily seen clients dealing with depression, anxiety, interpersonal struggles, body negativity, and trauma, among other concerns, as well as wellness, identity development, sexuality, and gender. She received her Bachelor’s in Psychology from Wellesley College and her Master’s in Counselor Education from the Ohio State University. She acknowledges and celebrates human diversity, creating an environment that is conducive to exploration without fear of judgment. She tailors treatment to meet individual needs and goals, integrating person-centered, cognitive-behavioral, existential, mindfulness, acceptance and commitment therapy, internal family systems, and feminist/multicultural theories to best facilitate a person’s own capacity for healing and growth.

Ohio Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage & Family Therapist Board License #: E.2202828

Supervised by Emily Clark LPCC-S (E.0800139-SUPV) and Abbey Carter Logan (E.0800149-SUPV)