Kathryn Jargo, MA, LPCC

Director of Clinical Programs (Greater MN Territories)

Kathryn regularly in awe of the courage it takes to recognize change is needed. Whether asking for help feels like a “have to” or a “want to”, she’d like to assist you in finding ways to feel healthy, happy, and safe.

Kathryn’s early years were spent in homes working with children and families to build skills, relationships, access to community resources, and independence. As a social worker she worked with adults moving through distressing experiences like civil commitment, chronic mental health concerns and incarceration.

She has always resonated with folks who are experiencing transitions in their lives. Whether navigating challenges with family, legal, wellbeing or purpose, she feels work can happen together to bridge the transition, or simply acknowledge that it is happening. Kathryn utilizes EMDR strategies, cognitive behavioral therapy approaches, person centered practices and tools learned in ongoing trainings to support individuals and families.

Through genuine connection, humor and humility, she hopes to provide you with a safe space to find out what works for you, what does not, and where there is room for movement.

When not working you may find her running amok in the woods with her dog or challenging someone to a game of cribbage.