Katherine Hurley, MA, MFA, NCC, LGPC, is a fourth year doctoral student in Counseling at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. She holds a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from George Washington University, and a Master of Fine Arts from Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, NY. She holds her bachelor's degree from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA, where she worked for three years as the Lab Manager and Research Coordinator for the Computational Memory Lab in the Psychology Department, focusing on restoring memory function in individuals with memory loss due to degenerative disease and trauma. She is a National Certified Counselor, working towards licensure as an LPC in the District of Columbia under the supervision of Dr. Eliana Gil.
Katherine believes that how we tell our stories is a crucial component of who we are. She approaches therapy as a co-creative space, inviting clients to explore their stories, goals, thoughts, and emotions through various modalities, including talk, storytelling and play. She believes deeply in a strengths-based approach, and endeavors to create a safe and open space for individuals with neuro- and all other types of diversity.