Katheryn de Arakal believes we are created for relationship—with others, with God, and even with ourselves. She desires for clients to uncover how past and current relationships influence their behavior, thoughts, and feelings in order to bring about change and healing. For many years, Katheryn has worked with adolescents and young adults in ministry and other settings, thankful for the opportunity to walk alongside during these transformative years. She is also Level 2 trained in the Gottman Couples Method, having skills in guiding couples of all ages and stages to managing conflict and building a stronger friendship.
Katheryn is a Southern California native who first moved to the San Gabriel Valley to attend Azusa Pacific University in pursuit of a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. Since then, she has also completed a Master’s in Clinical Psychology, emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy, and settled in Monrovia with her husband.
Supervised by Jana Plant, LMFT, License #MFC 47929