Katherine Lindquist

Life is relational, yet sin has perverted this beautiful gift, leading to damaging
messages. These festering messages, if not attended to, lead to internal and external
pain and turmoil. More often than not, people find themselves caught up in the
anxieties, fears, and pain that they forget how to hold onto and pour into the
relationships meant to provide support. Furthermore, we often forget the importance
of personal value and worth within relationships, and the results vary from bitterness,
anger, depression, anxiety, addiction, etc. Whether it is a relationship with God, others,
yourself, or a combination, it is a humbling honor to provide a safe space for my clients
to sift through and process their pain and fear and get to walk alongside them as they
search for healing, joy, and peace.

I take a client-centered approach, collaborating with my clients to prioritize what they
want to focus on in counseling. I work with children, adolescents, and adults,
individuals, couples, and families. I am certified in Spiritual First Aid, Skills for
Psychological Recovery, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and trained
with the Prepare/Enriched premarital marriage assessment tool.

As a Christian and follower of Jesus Christ, I welcome faith integration into counseling,
always respecting what the client is comfortable with.


I have always volunteered and worked jobs that are relationally based. I fell in love with
marriage and family therapy because it recognizes that everyone is shaped by
relationships, both bad and good, and everyone can benefit from learning what hidden
messages and fears are keeping them from forming healthy relationships of all types.

When I am not working, I enjoy spending time with friends and family, going to swing
dances, sports events, and doing outdoor activities in the summer, as well as curling up
with a good book, or watching a mystery show and puzzling while sipping on some hot
coco in the dead of winter.


I completed my BA at Wheaton College, where I majored in Psychology and
Interpersonal Communication, as well as completing my MA in Marriage and Family Therapy at Wheaton College.