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Kate Schroeder LPC, NCC


Kate Schroeder, LPC, NCC, is a psychotherapist in private practice specializing in depression, anxiety, and C-PTSD, as well as in working with adult survivors of childhood trauma and abuse through the use of affective and experiential therapy. She is also a trained Body Center Gestalt Psychotherapist and works somatically with clients to bring about deep emotional healing through restoring the mind-body-spirit connection. Kate is also a trained Body-Centered Gestalt Psychotherapist from the Integrative Psychotherapy Training Program of Kansas City. She works with clients in the United States and internationally as well.

In addition to her private counseling practice, Kate also teaches as graduate faculty in the Counseling Department at Webster University and facilitates group therapy for those interested in healing childhood and relationship trauma. She also facilitates self-exploration groups, classes, and workshops. She is currently working on innovative ways to blend technology and deep experiential healing practices. She is the author of Soul Meditations: Sound Therapy for Emotional Balancing, Chakra Alignment, and Inner Child Healing.

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