Katie Bonanno, MA, MFT-C
|Professions: Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapy|
|License Status: I'm a therapist practicing under supervision|
Billing and Insurance
Fees: 15 Minute Phone Consultation- FREE
Individual Session- $75
Child Session - $75
Couples Session- $90
Take 25% off your first session to see if we are a good fit!
**I cannot accept insurance at this time.**
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Love and Lotus Counseling specializes in relationships and trauma. Trauma can happen to anyone and it is important to work through trauma. It can affect all aspects of your life, especially relationships. Relationships are an important part of life. Trauma in a relationship tends to look or feel like a push/pull dynamic with the other person. It is my job to help you work through your trauma and help get you connected to your actions, behaviors, etc that might be causing this push/pull with various relationships in your life.
Love and Lotus Counseling also works with couples and individuals who have not suffered trauma. Have you been feeling cut off? Do you feel like you are not connecting with your partner or other people? Come in for a half off first session. In session, you will explore your behaviors and why they happen. With a partner, you will practice listening skills and fair fighting rules. No more fighting dirty or low blows. You will learn how to have a meaningful, and intimate relationship with your partner. Relationships are difficult at times and it is even more difficult to say how you are feeling with a person who you have so much invested in. It is scary at times, but doesn't have to be.
Email or Call Katie Bonanno, MA, MFT-C at 1-800-651-8085 ext. 32752
More Info About My Practice
Everyone faces their own struggles. I have certainly faced mine. Good can come from pain, and for me, that good was my career. I am honored to help people on their journeys from a genuine and authentic place of caring and comfort.
Why Going to Therapy Does Not Mean You are Weak or Flawed
I used to think that holding everything in and not showing emotions meant that you were strong. That is a philosophy I grew up with and was passed down through my family. Anger was acceptable but sadness and hurt was not. As I grew up I realized that showing really vulnerable emotions was really difficult for me. It was terrifying to show and tell someone how you truly felt. As a result of my unwillingness to be vulnerable, I lost a lot of good people around me. When I finally opened my eyes, I realized that true strength comes from facing those terrifying feelings and being emotionally vulnerable with people who really meant a lot to me.
Think about it... How many people do you know share their most vulnerable feelings on a whim? And how many people are quiet and bottle their feelings? True strength is the ability to tell someone you care about how you feel. I believe that is the scariest thing someone can do.
Services I Provide
- Family Therapy
- Individual Therapy & Counseling
- Marriage, Couples, or Relationship Counseling
Ages I Work With
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