Katy Sutton, CPC-Intern


Katy Sutton, CPC-Intern, earned her bachelor’s in Psychology from North Carolina State University and her master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Northwestern University. Her clinical techniques are grounded in cognitive-behavioral modalities and incorporate elements from the feminist theoretical approach. Her clinical experience has ranged from working with teens to older adults on issues including eating and feeding disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorders including body dysmorphia, anxiety, trauma-related symptoms, and depression. Katy strives to promote healing through empowerment and advocating for self-worth. She has a passion for working with the LGBTQIA+ community and those struggling with societal pressures to conform to gendered expectations. She believes in creating a relaxed and natural therapeutic relationship full of compassion and humor. Katy describes herself as a body positive activist and a mindful movement enthusiast. Her free time is spent hiking with her dog Daisy, traveling, and watching Parks and Recreation on repeat.

“All are welcome here.”