Katherine Bibb, Intern

Areas of Interest

  • Trauma/PTSD
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Grief: loss, divorce, death
  • Co-dependent coping behaviors
  • Spiritual issues
  • Self-esteem and identity
  • Personal growth and development

Populations Served

  • Children and adolescence (ages 8-17)
  • Young adults
  • Adult male and female

Approach to Therapy
Katherine’s desire during the counseling process is to create a safe and inviting atmosphere that encourages thoughtful reflection. She believes that by cultivating deeper self-awareness, individuals can view their life experiences as a story that can be explored, rewritten, and redirected in a manner that offers hope and healing. She approaches therapy from a holistic perspective implementing a variety of psychotherapeutic orientations, dependent on an individual’s needs. Katherine believes the Bible is a remarkable guide for navigating life circumstances and she looks to biblical truth and psychological principles to guide sessions when a client is open to both. However, these principles are never imposed on clients.


  • M.A. Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Liberty University, graduating
    May, 2025

  • M.A. Education, Boise State University

  • B.A. Communication, North Carolina State University

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