Kate Spitzer

Supervised by Josh Freeman, LPC-S
Richardson

Kate graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Child Professional Services from Texas A&M University. Upon graduation, Kate moved to Dallas to complete her Master of Arts in Counseling at Dallas Theological Seminary. During her time as a student, Kate gained experience working with the homeless population, and moved into private practice after completing her degree.

Kate desires to meet each of her clients right where they are and help them feel comfortable in telling their story. She believes that the counseling relationship is an avenue for authenticity, freedom, and comfort. It is her joy to walk alongside each of her clients and be a part of their personal journey to health and healing.

Kate has experience working with adults struggling with a variety of issues such as anxiety, depression, life transition, trauma, boundaries, anger, and grief. Kate uses an integrated approach to counseling and utilizes many different theories and techniques to best suit each client.

When she’s not at Magnolia, Kate enjoys being active, reading, and spending time at the lake with her husband, family, and friends. She is thankful for the never-ending grace of God in her life.