School: University of New Haven
Program: Community Psychology - Forensic Services
Katina "Katie" Tsitaridis is a clinician who graduated with her Master's in Community Psychology at the University of New Haven (2018). As she pursues her LPC, Katie is currently completing a Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at The University of Saint Joseph. Katie also received her Bachelor's degree in Psychology and Criminology at Central CT State University, and is a great advocate for restorative justice and empowering today's youth.
Katie has extended experience working with children, young adults, and families from diverse communities in both recreational and clinical mental health domains. Katie's approach is person-centered, strengths-based, and draws from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy methods.
Katie is an active and energetic clinician who believes that enthusiasm and authenticity contributes to positive relationship building. Katie aims to help every individual recognize their worth and challenge them to be the best and healthiest they can be. Katie is proficient in Spanish, and enjoys strengthening her cultural competence in multidimensional ways.
In her leisure Katie loves going to the gym, reading, exploring new places, and eating chocolate.