Kathryn Fellows, LPC NCC
Kathryn Fellows provides IIC and services for youth in the Children’s System of Care through PerformCare. Leveraging family strengths and using a positive psychology approach, youth, and families can feel accepted and even celebrated as they strive to reach therapy goals.
IIC services include
- Partnering with the child care team, youth, and caregiver(s).
- Clinical experience includes treating:
- Oppositional defiant disorder
- Suicidal/homicidal ideations, destruction of property
Youth can work toward improved self-regulation; mindfulness/coping skills; social/communication skills using a combination of:
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Narrative therapy
- Gestalt Therapy
- Infused with:
- Play therapy
- Art therapy
- Music therapy
Some therapy goals can include:
- Social skills
- Communication skills
- Mindfulness skills
- Coping skills
Clinical experience includes empowering caregiver(s) using nurtured heart approach.
Most important, the clinician works with youth and caregivers to enhance the enjoyment of one another. Ultimate goals can include trips into the community for youth and families to celebrate and practice the new skills they have learned and the new ways they have mastered to reframe their life narrative into one of joyful empowerment.
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Last Updated: 12/04/23