Kirsten Hartz, LPC, LAC

KH Counseling Group
Practitioner Information
Description of Services

As a Contemplative Psychotherapist, I blend practices from the East and West, evidence-based and spiritual approaches, movement and introspection. I work with highly sensitive, empathic clients to help them build healthier relationships, let go of substances, improve self-esteem, find freedom from anxiety and depression, and come home to their bodies. I believe in the healing power of embodiment to recover from traumatic and painful experiences. In our work together, you’ll find that there is space for vulnerable moments, profound realizations, uninhibited emotions, and deep belly laughs.
I take a “bottom-up” or “embodied” approach to trauma-focused modalities, including EMDR. My background is in contemplative psychotherapy and somatic psychology. I also offer Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy for additional support in treating treatment-resistant depression, PTSD, C-PTSD, and other trauma symptoms.

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Values Statements
I support PRATI’s vision of a planet in which people flourish and thrive in right relationship with the natural world.
Briefly describe how your clinical work or business practice (e.g., policies, practices, or educational offerings) aligns with PRATI's Purpose statement: "Reconnecting to the Sacred: Self, Community, Nature, and Spirit".

I believe in transformative therapy that ultimately helps clients not only reconnect with their “basic goodness” or “brilliant sanity,” but which empowers them to take this feeling of wholeness and goodness into their communities and, ultimately, the world. I believe that effective trauma therapy creates ripple effects that can create a collective change, bringing us back into right relationship not only with each other, but also the natural world.