Family & Children’s Counseling Services is happy to welcome Katie Servin as a Therapist Trainee!
Katie received her Associate’s Degree in Psychology from Sacramento City College in December of 2020. She then transferred to the University of California Riverside, and completed her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology in the Spring of 2022.
Katie is currently a graduate student at Grand Canyon University pursuing her Master’s in Social Work. The hours worked with Family & Children’s Counseling Services, Inc. will go toward the completion of her degree.
Katie is from Northern California, specifically Sacramento, where she lived most of her life. She moved to Twentynine Palms in 2020 after marrying her husband who enlisted in the military.
In Twentynine Palms, CA she worked as a Behavioral Technician that implemented behavioral intervention to children with developmental disorders. Katie also has experience working for a non-profit as a Victim Services Coordinator, and has worked with sexual assault survivors as well as domestic violence survivors. In this role, she would accompany those survivors to their forensic exams, assist with filing restraining orders, and would manage her clients' legal cases through the judicial system and law enforcement. Katie’s experience allows her to serve a diverse population!
Katie will see clients throughout California via Telehealth.
Katie is best known for her work ethic and kind personality. She is also bilingual in Spanish and English, and is looking forward to working with anyone in need of genuine behavioral or mental support.
“The process of healing does not end when the wounds are no longer visible, it ends when the wounds no longer ache.” - Muskau Sharuia
FCCS is directed by Melinda Haynes, MA, California LMFT 102308. Oklahoma LMFT 1153. North Carolina LMFT 2143.
We provide therapy for various trauma issues including absent parent, parent in prison, violence, witnessing violence, domestic violence, tragedy, murder,, witness to murder, grief, loss,, death, friend killed, violence in neighborhood, fear, first responder, vicarious trauma, nightmares, panic.