Katrina Askew has a Master’s Degree in Marriage, Family, and Couples Counseling from Regent University, with a Certificate in Clinical Mental Health. She worked in an advocacy role for six years at her local Crisis Pregnancy Center, serving a diverse group of women and families from all socioeconomic backgrounds, ethnicities, and faith, including at-risk youth. As a retired military spouse, and a parent of a special needs child, Katrina has a passion for marriage and family; parent/child relationships; women issues; teen empowerment and self-esteem; serving the adolescent/young adult Autism community; and serving members of the Armed Forces. Katrina is experienced in working with individuals with depression, anxiety, personality disorders, and PTSD. She offers a person-centered, non-judgmental approach to therapy and believes in enhancing personal strengths through encouragement and empowering perspectives. She believes in the healing power of relationships and values increasing connections and supporting families. Katrina’s priority is to walk alongside individual’s, couples, and families in their journey, advocate, and provide supportive strategies in their work to transform their lives and relationships. Katrina is a Christian, a devoted wife and mother of three. Her fees for services are $50 per hour. She is only able to accept cash or Medicaid insurance at this time.