Katherine Jones (she/her)

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Accepting Clients

I am a naturopathic doctor and clinical mental health counselor who offers both naturopathic medicine and therapy appointments.

Licensed Professional Counselor in Edina, MN
Supervised by Beth McNally, MA, LPCC

About My Clients

As a Millennial woman, you may be grappling with questions about your identity and the meaning of life. Perhaps you are feeling overwhelmed by anxiety or navigating through major life changes. You may have also received a recent ADHD diagnosis, and it turns out that all those years of suffering from irritability and indecision weren't just depression. Whether anxiety, life transitions, ADHD, or depression are getting in the way of you feeling resilient, therapy can help you find more balance.

My Background and Approach

I am a dedicated advocate and compassionate practitioner, which means that I integrate my education with my lived experiences and bring my authentic self to client encounters. I am a millennial, mixed race, secular humanist, first-generation United States-born woman who has lived a life that includes loss, trauma, anxiety, health issues, confusion, and struggle. Through my own healing journey and self-discovery, I've earned wisdom through life's challenges and have cultivated the ability to provide a gentle refuge for those who are also struggling. I’ve heard my clients say that they like working with me because I’m inviting, thorough, non-judgmental, and direct. I show up as my real, funny, nerdy, self and work hard to make sure that I am meeting you where you are at so that you can get what you want out of our time together. This means that I am an active participant in your care and hope that you will be too.

My Personal Beliefs and Interests

It seems impossible to overstate how fundamental understanding multicultural perspectives is to the practice of counseling. In fact, a counselor cannot call themselves ethical if they do not strive towards multicultural competence. Being culturally competent is not something that a counselor “arrives at” or “becomes” but is a lifelong effort that requires ongoing self-examination. To strive towards cultural competence, a counselor needs to become aware of themselves and their own biases and preferences, needs to be knowledgeable about the impact of cultural and environmental factors on people’s development and worldview, and needs to be effective in working with people from diverse populations. “Good counselors” are those who work through a culturally responsive lens. Part of being a “good”, thorough, conscientious clinician is thinking both holistically and individually, and seeing clients within the context of their environment and upbringing.

Insurance Plans Accepted
  • Aetna
I offer online counseling in the following states:

At A Glance

  • Experience: 1 year of practice
  • Languages: English
  • Rate: $150 - 185/session


952-377-8450 Email Katherine
7201 Metro Blvd.
Suite 550
Edina, MN 55439
Online Therapy
St. Louis Park, MN 55426

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