Katie Mahan Bio

Professional Counselor II

Personal Statement:
I love being a part of the SCS staff at A&M! College is an exciting time as students explore their individual identities and interests, and take steps toward creating their ideal lives.  I enjoy helping students increase self-awareness and utilize their strengths to more effectively navigate the challenges along their paths. I focus on creating a positive, collaborative therapeutic relationship with each individual client, and choose strategies based on a client’s particular needs. In my free time, I enjoy exploring the College Station area, taking road trips, running, and reading.

Academic Training:
M.A., Ed.M Psychological Counseling- Teachers College, Columbia University
B.A. Psychology; B.A. Studies in Women and Gender- University of Virginia

Counseling and Psychological Services- Drew University
Dean Hope Center for Education and Psychological Services-Teachers College, Columbia University

Licensed Professional Counselor, No. 72594

Areas of Special Interest:
Women’s issues, sexuality/LGBTQIA issues, masculinity, family of origin issues, relationships, identity development, trauma (particularly sexual assault and relationship violence)

Theoretical Orientation:
Eclectic, with an emphasis on person-centered and feminist theories guiding the use of a variety of techniques

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