Kay Nahm, Associate MFT
Often, we forget how eye-opening it can be to engage in conversation with another person. Psychotherapy is this special place where it is understood that the conversation itself can be illuminating: informing and determining one’s entire outlook on life. Psychotherapy is a choice to make room for yourself, and in return for others that you love and care for. Asking what we truly want is the start of transforming, lasting change within yourself and your relationships with others.
I enjoy treating children and adolescents, adults, couples, and those who struggle with feelings of anxiety and depression.
I am a firm believer that to be yourself is the only way to practice therapy. It is a real, authentic relationship that I share with my clients. We will laugh, we might cry together; we will be real human beings coming together to work toward a common goal. We will experiment with new approaches to old problems, and clients will be challenged at times as well. At the end of the day, clients walk away knowing that I am rooting for them.
I want them to know that they are not supposed to know everything, or have everything together before they come in to therapy. Be open-minded about the process, and remember that massive life change takes time. For therapy to be effective, it requires trust. We will work together for you to thrive!
Kay Nahm, Associate Marriage and Family Therapist 108880
Supervised by Megan Lundgren, LMFT #50015