Katelyn Corrigan, MA, LMFT

“The first thing I want you to feel when you meet me is comfortable. The second thing is the desire to smile and perhaps even let out a little laugh. I like to meet the world with a humorous attitude whenever possible! I know how scary it can be to share yourself with someone new, and I want to make you feel as seen and safe as possible.”

Katelyn Corrigan, MA, LMFT

Katelyn practices therapy from an empowerment lens. She helps her clients become the best and most authentic version of themselves. She has worked with survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and emotional abuse for many years. She accompanies her clients as they move through the intense process of healing to find their strength and voice after being victimized. She understands that the impact trauma has on couples and families can be pervasive, resulting in issues with intimacy, trust, anxiety and depression. 

Her mindfulness-based, holistic perspective helps her clients first cope, then feel safe in their  relationships and finally change patterns created by trauma. Her passion for social issues gives her a unique scope to always see how larger systems are impacting individuals, couples, and families. Katelyn is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, who has a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Adler University in Chicago, IL. 

Katelyn’s Specialties

  • Sexual Assault Survivors
  • Domestic Violence Survivors
  • Emotional Abuse/ Trauma
  • Relational Difficulties
  • Communication
  • Self-Esteem
  • Anxiety 
  • Life Transitions

Outside the office, Katelyn is married with one cat child. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, going to concerts, reading, and laughing with friends.