Kate Bell, LMHC

Outpatient Mental Health Therapist


Do you struggle with showing up to work or school, taking a shower or just getting out of bed? Just me? Well, that was the old me but coping skills, shifts in thought processes and medication can be the trifecta that can make your life something worth living. Coming to work with me I can help with two of those things. I work with several types, folks that feel bottomed out, maybe frozen by an event but also those feeling most of life is going well, it’s just this one spot in their life that “keeps rearing its ugly head.” Nothing is too small to talk about if it bugs you.

My biggest goal is to understand your target issue and how you want it to look when it is resolved. This is the first step in empowering you towards making this happen, no matter how far off in the distance it may be. “Baby Steps” is a big motto of mine and sometimes the road may need a step or two back to go another step forward. It’s all good.

I’ve been in the field for over 20 years and have seen exciting changes in therapy since I started, mostly because of what we have learned from the field of neuroscience about how the brain operates. I incorporate these new practices into our sessions. Some of my “methods and tools” include Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT), Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) Flash Technique, Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT).