"The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be."
- Ralph Waldo Emerson

Our purpose is to help you find your purpose.

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You've Taken the Next Step Towards Finding Your Purpose

You want to find more purpose in your life.

Maybe you recognize patterns that need to change but just can’t figure out how to put change into action?

Maybe you're looking to make healthy, positive, long-lasting changes to ensure wholeness and live a satisfying life?

Maybe you’ve gotten through to the other side of a life-changing experience, and you are trying to rebuild and promote healing?

We are the practice for you. 

  • We offer a holistic approach to help decrease stress, enhance relationships and contribute to greater health and well-being. 
  • We also offer something different. We help you focus on how to build what’s positive in your life and prevent problems before they occur.
  • When needed, we use evidence-based treatment approaches applied to a wide variety of life problems.
  • We do not assume that you need the same thing as the next person in the waiting room.
  • We provide individualized approaches to help maximize your full potential.
  • Together we will help you understand and re-prioritize your values, set an action plan, and help you move onto the next, better stage of your life.

The Relationship Between Therapist and Client Is Key

The key to successful change is the relationship between the therapist and the client. While techniques are important, authenticity, warmth, and empathy are integral for people to flourish in, and outside of, counseling. We strive to treat the whole person—mind, body and spirit—to help individuals and families decrease stress, enhance relationships, and realize overall greater health and well-being.

With delicate issues at stake, therapy must be a good fit between professional and client. If KKJ is not the right fit for you, we can make referrals based on our knowledge and working relationships with others in the community.

OUR TEAM:

Mackenzie Howard, MA


Individual, group, and family therapy for childhood through adulthood

Impulse Control and Emotional Regulation

Coping Skills

Empowerment for BIPOC folx of all ages

Kaytie Mero, MA


Individual and group coaching and therapy for adults

Health and Wellness Coaching

Depression/Anxiety/Stress Management

Leadership in the Workplace

Whitney Wall Strugatsky, Ph.D.


Individual and couples counseling for adults

Anxiety, Depression, Trauma

Relationships

Parenting

Lisa Foss, MA


Anxiety, Depression, Trauma

Relationships

Parenting

Julianne Ludlam, Ph.D.


Trauma

Assessments

Psychological Evaluations

Katrina Kuzyszyn-Jones, Psy.D.


Health & Wellness

Work / Life Balance

Relationships

Marissa Stanziani, Ph.D.


Grief/Loss

Self-Confidence

LGBTQ

Michelle Chasen, B.S.


Depression & Anxiety

Attachment

Career Transition in Adulthood

Nadya Chavies, B.A.


Depression & Anxiety

Setting healthy boundaries

Lgbtq+ individuals | all lifespans

Alyssa Choate, Intern


About Us

Click here to learn more about our philosophies and our practitioners. 

Services

Click below to learn more about the services we offer and how we can help. 

Lunch & Learn

The virtual Lunch & Learn sessions are an opportunity for womxn to create community and connect. Each session has a theme and will be run by one of our team members. 

Co-Parenting Training

This training is designed for individuals at any stage of separation and divorce – from those in early, collaborative stages to those struggling with high-conflict divorce or co-parenting problems.

Not-So-Angry Birds

The purpose of this small-group is to help children 8-10 who are acting out aggressively find better ways to regulate problematic behavior and utilize coping skills that develop more prosocial, adaptive, and functional ways of being.

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