Kate Gilliland

Dallas Therapy Collective

Kate Gilliland, M.A., LPC-Associate

(she/her)

Supervised by Anna Clark-Miller, LPC-S

Psychotherapy with adults and teens 13+

$125/50-minute session, Cigna

Therapy for Teens (13+)

Religious
Trauma

Anxiety
Counseling

LGBTQ
Therapy

Depression
Counseling

Trauma

Does this sound like you?

Have you been asking yourself big questions or experiencing a shift in your worldview? Maybe the person you are evolving into feels different than the one you knew before. Maybe you grew up in a system that taught there was only one “right way” to do things. You might struggle to make your own choices or feel confident in what you believe about the world. Maybe this looks like categorizing actions or feelings as good or bad. Maybe you’ve felt the most at peace in absolutes. It’s normal to have difficulty when the “grey” areas of life seem to be glaring or to feel alone when things stop making sense. 

Can Therapy Help?

Having questions about yourself, belief system or past can feel extremely isolating. It is difficult to process and ask questions of ourselves, especially if our sense of community no longer feels safe. Finding your voice, looking inward and discovering what is most important to you is a process. These things are worth exploring, even if they seem too frightening to acknowledge right now. Therapy can be a great tool to allow you the space to ask questions, be surprised and understand more about yourself in a nonjudgmental environment. I want to be a support to you on this journey of discovering what matters to you and what you want to prioritize for your future. 

How I can help…

My approach is geared towards giving you space and control to ask yourself questions, process what you’ve been through, and contemplate the future. I provide affirmation and curiosity about everything that makes you who you are while working with you towards your goals and equipping you with tools to better understand yourself. Each of us has unique experiences that adds value and complexity to our lives. You know yourself best—that can be comforting, overwhelming, frightening, or a mixture of all three. No matter your story or level of familiarity with therapy, I believe in your capability and strength and would love to connect with you to see if we would be a good fit.

When I’m not at work…

When I’m not at work, you can find me perfecting my sourdough or working on a crochet project. I love trying out new recipes or restaurants with my friends and taking my dog on walks while listening to an audiobook and shopping! A few of my favorite things of all time: the Twilight Saga, candles and matcha.

Credentials

  • M.A. in Counseling, Dallas Theological Seminary
  • Bachelor of Arts, Christian Studies, Dallas Baptist University
  • LPC-Associate, Supervised by Anna Clark-Miller, LPC-S

My Full Specialties Include:

  • Life transitions
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Identity exploration
  • Boundaries
  • Relationships
  • Spiritual/religious identity/concerns

Reach out directly to Kate

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