Katie Alrutz, Anxiety, and Religious Trauma Therapist

Are you feeling stuck or overwhelmed? I would be honored to help you move forward in your journey. As a therapist, I specialize in the treatment of anxiety, depression, relational stress, and trauma, with particular expertise in religious trauma. My goal is to create a therapeutic space that works for you—one where you feel seen, heard, and understood. I view therapy as a collaborative process, recognizing that you are the expert in your own experiences and needs. It is a privilege to support you, and I look forward to the possibility of working together.

As your therapist, I am committed to fostering an authentic and collaborative space. I specialize in Acceptance Commitment Therapy, utilizing a trauma-informed approach.

This means I focus on meeting you where you are, providing practical tools to help you reach your goals, while also creating space for you to reflect on past experiences and desired growth.

Understanding and treating trauma requires knowledge in a wide range of issues, including interpersonal relationships, family dynamics, sexuality, and complex trauma. This diverse experience has helped me work not only with religious trauma survivors, but also individuals from diverse, non-religious backgrounds experiencing other forms of trauma and issues.

If you find yourself battling low motivation, low self-esteem, emotional overwhelm, anxiety, or sadness, you are not alone and there is help available. My approach addresses urgent short-term issues in order to identify patterns and to move towards longer-term goals. For those working through traumatic memories, relationships, or experiences, my approach is to help you understand the effects trauma brings up in your life, and foster the skills and self-compassion needed to start moving forward.

If my approach resonates with you, please reach out! I would love to hear your story and explore how we can work together to achieve your goals.

Let Us Help You Embark On A Journey Towards A More Vibrant Life