Being human is hard. Kate takes a deeply embodied somatic and transpersonal approach to encourage clients in becoming comfortable in their own skin and have a place to land with their ketamine treatment. They take a spiritual approach to preparation and integration where you get to establish your own meaningful practice, no matter what your spiritual or religious background is. Kate also uses a strength-based approach in working with clients who are struggling with cultural trauma in the form of discrimination based on LGTBQ+, race, class, neurodiversity, immigration status, disability status, chemical health history, relationship approaches such as poly and kink, and religious status. They are a highly spiritual inclusive therapist who loves to work with people from all walks of life.