Hello. Welcome to our practice. I am glad you have the chance to meet me here. Schedule an appointment so we can start working toward your personal goals today. I look forward to meeting you.
I specialize in working with relationships and trauma. I am certified in compassion fatigue, DBT, trauma specialist and case management. I am also trained and experienced in EMDR, PACT and IFS.
Kathryn Krug LMFT, CCFP, CTS, CCM
I am a licensed marriage and family therapist with over 8 years of experience providing therapy to individuals, couples, and families. I specialize in relationships and trauma, and I have helped many people overcome challenges in their relationships, heal from past trauma, and build a better life for themselves.
I am a warm and compassionate therapist who creates a safe and supportive space for my clients to explore their thoughts, feelings, and experiences. I use a variety of techniques, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, EMDR, and attachment-based therapy, to help my clients achieve their goals.
I am committed to providing my clients with the highest quality of care. I am always learning and growing as a therapist, and I am committed to providing my clients with the most effective treatment possible.
If you are struggling in your relationships or are dealing with the effects of past trauma, I would be honored to help you. Please contact me to schedule a consultation.
Here are some of the specific areas that I can help with:
- Relationship problems: I can help couples improve their communication, resolve conflict, and build a stronger foundation for their relationship. I can also help individuals who are struggling with singlehood, dating, or divorce.
- Trauma: I can help people who have experienced trauma, such as abuse, neglect, or violence, to heal from their past and build a better future. I can also help people who are struggling with anxiety, depression, or other mental health problems that are related to trauma.
- Other issues: I can also help people with a variety of other issues, such as stress, grief, and self-esteem.
If you are interested in learning more about my services, please contact me today.
My main goal is to get to know you. Therapy can help to demystify things and integrate your mind and body. I like to work with clients to develop practical skills. Skills that can be used to manage overwhelming feelings and to control behaviors that often cause interpersonal issues. I believe our mind develops a rolling narrative of life, a version that we actively accept. It aligns so much with how we feel, that we rarely challenge it. We get stuck when we cannot look at life with a subjective lens.
Sessions with me include psychodynamic approach. I pull from multiple different therapies depending on what you need. I use tools in session to help provoke cognitive shifts such as role plays, worksheets and experiments. So far, the most profound thing I have learned as a licensed therapist is: Therapy is a transient process where clients simply come in, get help and move on.
Working with Trauma
I use a narrative exposure, EMDR and CBIT to support clients with trauma histories. Along with somatic theory my approach is especially recommended for individuals who struggle with complex, historical or multiple traumas. During this structured theoretical approach we walk back through your most intense memories with the goal of as minimal arousal as possible. You do not have to relive the feelings of your experience to heal. With narrative exposure I am looking to help you identify your strengths.
Trauma histories in relationships can complicate things. Despite the difficulty relationships with others pose, they are possible and highly recommended! narrative exposure and CBIT can help couples identify patterns in their relationship. I also use PACT theories and interventions to encourage emotion regulation and reduce reactivity. Don't let overwhelming feelings get in the way of having a relationship.
Working with Couples/Partners
As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist I believe it is my duty to treat and support couples and families. I use PACT theory and interventions as a base with couples and families. In addition, I use attachment theory, psychodynamic and CBIT approaches. Sessions are highly experiential and somatic. I prefer to see couples and families in person so we can use the room and spacing to create experiences. I also provide this service via tele-health.
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Adult Behavioral Health Manager
President and CFO, San Diego Chapter of Marriage and Family Therapists Association
Adjunct Associate Professor of Sociology, Vincennes University
Kathryn Krug is a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT) with over 8 years of experience providing therapy to individuals, couples, and families. She is the President and CFO of the San Diego Chapter of Marriage and Family Therapists Association and an adjunct associate professor of sociology at Vincennes University.
Kathryn graduated from California Baptist University in 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with an emphasis in Life Span Development. She went on to graduate from the University of Phoenix in 2014 with honors as a Master of Science in Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy.
Kathryn's counseling approach is person-centered and psychodynamic. She tailors each session to meet the specific needs of the client. She is also certified in case management and PACT level 1, and holds certifications in clinical trauma for individuals and compassion fatigue for caregivers and burnout for helping professions.
Kathryn is a passionate advocate for mental health and is committed to providing her clients with the highest quality of care. She is a skilled and experienced therapist who is dedicated to helping her clients heal and grow.
Do you struggle in your intimate, personal, or professional relationships?
I enjoy helping others work through their internal patterns and processes to uncover the “why”. I specialize in helping individuals and couples reach secure functioning. I work with clients to help move past words and identify root issues. I believe EVERYTHING has a reason. If you do too, schedule an appointment and let’s figure out what’s going on.
I provide FREE consultation to identify our potential to work together. Ask me all your questions and see I am a good fit for your needs.
Michelle Park, LMFT
Nice to meet you! Welcome. I am glad you have decided to get more information about services. You are not alone and you are in the right place. Take a look around and if you decide therapy is for you, or your child, call or schedule an appointment online.
Michelle Park LMFT is a licensed marriage and family therapist in California with over 9 years experience providing services to parents, families and children. Michelle graduated from with a bachelors in Psychology from UC Riverside. She then went on to obtain a Masters of Science in Counseling with a specialization in marriage and family child counseling . Michelle is Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral therapy trained. She has 5 years experience providing treatment to children as well as families. Michelle also has experience in assessments and reports pertaining to IEP meetings. Michelle also has 5 years of experience working with adults who are diagnosed with severe and persistent mental health illness.