Kat Horrum (she, her, hers) graduated with her master’s in social work from the University of Nebraska at Omaha, and is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) in the state of Nebraska. Her practice is primarily with adults and is enthusiastically inclusive of individuals from a wide range of backgrounds and identities, with a commitment to social justice and ongoing learning. She utilizes a variety of trauma-informed therapeutic modalities including acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT); cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT); interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT); and dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) -informed techniques. Kat has a special interest in working with individuals who struggle with body image concerns and eating disorders, LGBTQIA+ concerns, depression, anxiety, and trauma-related issues.
Kat believes in the importance of approaching therapy from a place of warmth and curiosity, and uses this to help her clients to process their experiences in a safe and accepting environment as they work to discover the strengths inside themselves. She views each client’s journey as unique and self-determined, and is committed to helping them to achieve their goals and reach a place of growth and healing.