Kate Herrington, LCSW (she/her)

Kate Herrington is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who brings compassion, humor, insight, and a sincere dedication to her clients.  Kate’s practice is grounded in cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, mindfulness- based stress reduction, and interpersonal neurobiology.  With her warm and welcoming nature she creates a safe space for children, teens and adults to explore their concerns.  In collaboration with her clients, she supports them in taking steps toward an improved sense of well-being and a life path that aligns with their deepest values.

Kate received her B.A. in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin, Madison and her Masters in Clinical Social Work from Fordham University.  She has worked with children, adolescents, and adults struggling with depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, grief, learning disorders, and behavioral concerns.  Prior to Wellspring Kate worked at Fraser, a non-profit agency serving children with early developmental concerns and their families.  She supported over 100 children in Fraser’s Autism Day Treatment Program utilizing the Early Denver Start Model while working in collaboration with speech and occupational therapists.  Kate also provided therapy and behavioral intervention plans to a number of adolescents, parents, and young children in Fraser’s outpatient setting.

Kate has training in utilizing the evidenced based approach, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), to treat anxiety disorders, depression, and assist individuals with difficult life transitions.  In addition, her training in Exposure and Response Prevention (E/RP)  is considered the gold standard for the treatment of OCD and she has seen great success when utilizing this with clients of all ages. Kate is experienced with child centered play therapy and loves entering into her young clients’ world’s through this creative means.

Kate believes every therapeutic relationship is unique and thus the journey to a more balanced and fulfilling life will also be unique.  Together with her clients, she will support healthier approaches to coping with life’s challenges.

In her free time, Kate enjoys hiking, cooking, camping, traveling, and spending time with her lovely family.

Fall Art & Mindfulness Groups

The focus of this group will be to support girls and boys in learning how to manage stress and other difficult emotions with mindfulness and art-based exercises