Update November 2020: Welcome to Four Aims Counseling for Mind-Body healing, the integrative psychotherapy practice of Kat Allen. The Governor's recent directive for Covid-19 means I am seeing the majority of clients online via Zoom or FaceTime, both of which are HIPPA compliant. Hopefully a few slots will open again soon for in-person when the directive is lifted. Until then... My intention in providing counseling to individuals and couples is to open pathways toward clear, authentic interaction, personal growth, and both insight and shifts in behavior and thinking. Due to my extensive background with therapies that ground one in the the body and deepen emotional awareness, I specialize in Relationship & Intimacy, Working with the Emotions (responsiveness and/or reactivity), and Trauma and Addiction. I have specific training in ADHD, Complex trauma, PTSD, mood disorders, and Family Systems. In addition to maintaining my private practice, I am a certified yoga therapist, and have taught regular group yoga classes and meditation continuously since 1987. Because of my teaching background, I am a huge fan of psycho-education, and rely on and share the most up-to-date studies from the the fields of psychology and neurobiology as they relate to human behavior, and the implications for relationships. In that regard, I consider my study and practice of Mindfulness a key modality and employ the following methods: ACT-Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, Focusing technique (body-oriented), Emotionally-focused therapies, and Interpersonal Neurobiology. For Couples work, I utilize the work of John and Julie Gottman, Harville Hendrix (Imago Therapy), and the Psycho-biological approaches of Stan Tatkin, and Doug and Naomi Moseley (the Moseley Method). I hope you find a lot of useful information on this website, and hope to speak with you soon!
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Live well that the fruit you bear may be sweet
and a source of inspiration to all
Returning to the Source is Stillness,
Which is the way of nature.
The way of nature is unchanging - Lao Tsu