Director of Training and Program Development
Contact at 651-242-9608 ext. 2020 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Kathryn Hall completed her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University in 2012; her internship trainings included specialties in Trauma, Autism and ADHD. She received her Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology from Wheaton College (IL) in 1993.
She has over 20 years of clinical experience and has been licensed as a Psychologist since 1997.
Kathryn works with adults and children (ages 5 and up) in developing resources for building internal resiliency, while considering the impact of interactions with the world around them. Through exploring connections of mind, body and spirit, she helps individuals and families develop strategies for change. While experiencing pain is a universal human experience, Kathryn believes that internal self awareness and understanding of interpersonal neurobiology supports developing growth and greater freedom. With a foundation of understanding that we are created as complex beings with layers of connections inside and out, collaborative care planning may include interventions drawing from cognitive behavioral therapy, play therapy, ego state therapy, family systems therapy, EMDR, AIR Network therapy, biofeedback and other specialized trainings.