Kathleen Browning – Therapist / MS, APC

Kathleen believes in building a strong therapeutic rapport, fostering unconditional positive regard and an empathetic environment. She creates a collaborative, non-judgmental and empowering space where clients can explore their stories and discover their strengths and resources within themselves. Kathleen works with clients from a mind-body-spirit perspective utilizing various modalities such as person-centered, strengths-based, and narrative therapy as well as mindfulness-based techniques. Kathleen is a graduate from Mercer University. She has expertise in the areas of substance abuse, trauma recovery, anxiety, depression, grief, self-esteem, career and life transitions and relationship issues.


  • Master’s in Clinical Mental Health
  • Associate Professional Counselor
  • Somatic Experience
  • Acceptance & Commitment Therapy

Therapy Specialities

Family Therapy

For each family member at-risk, there is a larger family system in place. If the individual is treated while the family is not, the cycle of dysfunction may continue. Many concerns can be addressed through family therapy, including grief & loss, life adjustments, behavioral or school issues, conflict resolution, communication, and mental and physical illness.

Couples Therapy

The right time to come to couples counseling is – when you decide you want to improve your relationship. In couples therapy, the relationship is the client. The therapist consults with the couple to define the problems they want to address and identify desired treatment outcomes. The therapist will ask each partner about their history with and  without the other partner in the room. 

Teen counseling

Teens who may be experiencing maladaptive, unsafe and unhealthy coping, patterns of unstable relationships, impulsive and possibly risky behaviors, and emotional upheaval will benefit from this group by developing mindfulness, emotion regulation, distress tolerance, and interpersonal effectiveness skills. 

What do all those initials mean?
  • ACS – Approved Clinical Supervisor
  • CAP – Certified Addictions Professional
  • CRC – Certified Rehabilitation Counselor
  • Ed.D. – Doctor of Education
  • Ed.S. – Education Specialist
  • LAPC – Licensed Associate Professional Counselor
  • LPC – Licensed Professional Counselor
  • M.Ed. – Master of Education
  • MS – Master of Science
  • MSW – Master of Social Work
  • NCC – National Certified Counselor
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