Kate Kelley Schneider holds her Masters degree in Clinical Counseling from Argosy University. Kate primarily works with adult men and women who are looking to make changes in their lives and are unsure of where to begin. She specializes in addiction, trauma, anxiety and depression and has been trained in evidence-based strategies like Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) to facilitate change. Kate is both positive and practical in her therapy, bringing a mind and body approach that promotes patience and rejects judgment.
While working on her studies Kate ran both the Boston and Chicago marathon, started a nonprofit and added another shelter pup to her family. She did her clinical work at Gateway Drug & Alcohol rehabilitation center where she pioneered their music therapy program and remains passionate about providing hope for those in recovery.
Kate currently has been focusing on the student-athlete
and the effects Covid has had on their mental health. She enjoys educating parents, students and teachers around improving their self-care in order to find balance and achieve goals. Kate offers seminars and workshops that focus on Sleep, Body Movement, Nutrition & Mindfulness.