KATHLEEN GIBBS, CT
Kathleen Gibbs, CT (She/Her/Hers) is a cisgender, white, heterosexual married female. She is a CCW counseling intern who prioritizes forming meaningful therapeutic bonds with her clients through kindness, authenticity, and a touch of humor. Kathleen values the uniqueness of perspective and believes honoring individuality is paramount to the counseling process and our society at large. She looks forward to working with clients from all walks of life and meeting them where they are in their healing journey. As she dives deeper into her counseling career, several mental health areas she is passionate about include anxiety/depression, trauma, addictions, couples, and family counseling.
Kathleen approaches therapy by walking with the client and treating the whole person through the mind, body, and soul. She utilizes a person-centered and strengths-based integrative application incorporating systems therapy, mindfulness, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) practices. She empowers clients through positive regard and brings levity to sessions by mixing vulnerability with laughter. She feels that society sets unrealistic wellness expectations and is passionate about disrupting these standards and exploring what wellness practices resonate with her clients to achieve ongoing preventative care.
Kathleen earned her BA and master’s in accounting at Bowling Green State University in 2016. After spending several years in the corporate world, she decided to make a career move incorporating her love for mental health, collaborating with others, and working with the community into a full-time job. This led her to enroll in Capital University’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling master’s program and work towards becoming a Licensed Profession Counselor (LPC). When she’s not cuddling with her two dogs, Kathleen practices yoga, experiments in the kitchen, checks out coffee shops, or waters her house plants.
Counselor Trainee License #: C.2305100-TRNE
Supervised by Alexis Rae Burrow LPCC-S (E.0602053-SUPV)