Katrina Clayton

MA

Specialties: anxiety, betrayal trauma, couples, family dysfunction, relationship difficulties, coping skills and Christian counseling
Katrina Clayton
Katrina works with individuals, couples, families, and groups. Her specialty areas include anxiety, betrayal trauma, couples, family dysfunction, relationship difficulties, and coping with daily challenges that comes with past trauma. Katrina’s approach to therapy includes using Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). She also will integrate Christian counseling principles for those who want a combination of therapeutic techniques and faith.

She believes in building a safe and trusting therapy relationship filled with acceptance and compassion. Together you will identify your struggles, your beliefs, therapy goals, and develop a treatment plan. With couples, she will help rebuild and restore friendship, love, and intimacy, while developing more effective communication and conflict resolution skills.

Katrina has a Master’s degree in Professional Counseling from Liberty University. She also is a network counselor and group facilitator for New Life Ministries.

Katrina is a Resident in Counseling

Supervised by Robin R. Norris, PhD, LMFT – Virginia 0717001193