Katelyn Mott (she/her) is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Associate and a Nationally Certified Counselor under the Supervision of Dr. Bryan Moffitt, PhD., LPC-S. She has a Master of Education degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Texas Tech University, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with double minors in Sociology / Women’s & Gender Studies from Texas A&M University.
Katelyn feels passionately about improving access to quality, individualized mental health care. She completed the internship required for her master’s degree in a community-oriented non-profit organization and has worked with a wide range of client experiences – including anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, suicidal ideation, systemic oppression, and adjustment across the lifespan.
Katelyn has experience with couples and those seeking counseling within other familial or relational dynamics, as well as adult clients of all ages. She is available for telehealth or in-person sessions.
Katelyn focuses on providing a space where every client feels heard, seen, and supported in a way that feels meaningful to them. She approaches the counseling relationship from a multi-culturally informed and person-centered perspective; she is committed to offering unconditional empathy to every client and working collaboratively to understand and best empower each person through the lens of their unique lived experience.
Katelyn enjoys playing with her dog, spending quality time with her friends, national parks and staying open to growth and learning, both personally and professionally.