Katherine McKeown

Katherine believes in working with her clients to address the barriers they face utilizing evidence-based approaches that suit their needs, personality, and goals. Katherine integrates psychoeducation, mindfulness practices, cognitive behavior therapy, and psychotherapy to empower and support her clients in attaining the life they wish to lead.

Katherine McKeown, MSW, PEL, received her Master’s of Social Work from Aurora University. She recognizes the importance of continuing her education in order to stay current on practices in order to provide optimal support to her clients. Prior to joining Crossroads, she supported unhoused individuals in accessing community resources and advocating for their needs. She has experience working as a school social worker and special education teacher. Within her role, she has facilitated mental health-based groups and one on one therapy. Katherine’s goal is for her clients to leave sessions feeling hopeful. While Katherine has a variety of experience working with youth and adults, she recognizes that you are the expert of yourself and looks forward to the opportunity to get to know you.

Areas of clinical interest include anxiety, panic attacks, depression, bipolar disorder, ADHD, trauma, stress, eating disorders, sexuality and gender identity, self injurious behavior, relationship issues, family issues, and academic problems.