is a licensed social worker (LSW) who received her Master's of Social Work from Rutgers University. She identifies herself as being a human rights activist, collector of knowledge/fun facts and a genuine conversationalist. While in graduate school, Katie’s focus was in public policy, planning and research related social work, with a goal of creating large scale change for individuals who face adversity at the macro level. After working with multiple populations in various settings, however, Katie is now also in pursuit of focusing on clinical therapy to additionally help foster change at the individual level.
Katie has experience working with the foster care system, Project SPAN in Middlesex County, NJ welfare & public assistance, George J. Otlowski Partial Care Program, Monmouth County Intensive Outpatient Care and at NJ psychiatric inpatient hospitals and with mental health court systems. Additionally Katie is currently in the process of completing her NJ Disaster Relief Crisis Counseling certification.