Kate Ohene, M.A.
Doctoral Psychology Intern
Kate is a doctoral psychology intern at the Cook Counseling Center for the 2018-109 academic year. She earned her B.S. degree in Psychology from Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and her M.A. degree in in Clinical Psychology from Pacific University in Hillsboro, Oregon. She is currently completing her PsyD in Clinical Psychology from Pacific University. Kate enjoys working with students with a wide variety clinical concerns. She is specifically interested in working with students to address academic stress, interpersonal issues, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, identity concerns, and trauma. Kate’s approach to therapy in an integrative approach which includes CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) and process oriented work. Her goal as a clinician is to provide a warm and inviting environment in an effort to help students feel empowered as they explore what could be preventing them from meeting their goals in life. Kate’s approach is also collaborative and focuses on meeting students where they are at in order to build a strong therapeutic alliance. Her research has focused on creating additional services for transgender and non-binary college students, as well as how vicarious trauma impacts mental health workers. In her free time, Kate enjoys attending concerts, traveling (when she get the chance), spending time with friends and family, cooking/baking, and enjoying the occasional Netflix/Hulu marathon.