Office of Student Life

Counseling and Consultation Service

Katie Abrahamowicz, Psy.M.

Therapeutic Style:

I tend to practice from a client centered approach with integration of other styles such as ACT, CBT, DBT, and interpersonal process. I like to adapt my style to fit client needs as no one person is the same. Incorporation of diversity variables related to the client and myself, are also an integral part of my case conceptualizations and interventions.

Supervision Style:

I approach supervision from an Integrated Developmental Model (IDM). I find that it is helpfu; to meet someone where they are at in terms of training level, experience, comfort, and confidence. I believe supervision is a collaborative experience that includes feedback from both supervisor and supervisee to help create a trusting alliance.

Professional Interests:

My professional interests include attachment style, self-esteem, family systems, life transitions, power-based violence, romantic relationship issues, and grief. I enjoy both individual and group therapy along with time spent on formal psychological assessments.

Educational Background:

B.S. in Psychology from Wright State University (2018)

Psy.M. Masters of Clinical Psychology from Wright State University (2020)

Personal Interests:

I enjoy running, exercise, fashion, coffee, drawing, animals, especially my cat, Balto. I love spending time with friends and family and checking out new places to eat!