Katie Wilson, LCPC
Katie Wilson, LCPC, joined Heritage Health Family Support Services in 2022. She received her master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Gonzaga in 2003. She has worked as a clinician for almost 20 years. Katie also has experience in education and spent several years teaching Psychology for North Idaho College.
Katie specializes in trauma, and largely utilizes EMDR in conjunction with attachment theory/therapy. She has done extensive research on attachment theory, posttraumatic growth and human flourishing and has published several journal articles in this area. Katie enjoys working with adults and teenagers as well as LGBTQ+. She supports and volunteers for the North Idaho Pride Alliance and is an advocate for social justice. Katie is also a volunteer and mental health advocate for cancer survivors and spends time speaking and raising awareness and funding for rare cancers.
Katie enjoys reading anything and everything, especially Psychology related, and loves Netflix series and documentaries. She resides with her teenage son and a fat English Cream golden retriever, Norman, who recently retired as a therapy dog from Hospice of North Idaho. Katie and Norman picked up a stray dog named Murphy along the way who is fat and happy as well.
Katie believes that assisting clients manage their mental health is only part of the treatment process. She believes in helping her clients reach their full potential.