Katrina Dasenbrock is a Licensed Master’s Social Worker and graduated with an LMSW from the University of Southern California – Virtual Academic Campus while she lived in Cincinnati. In Cincinnati, she had the fortune of learning about complex trauma and became certified in interventions to help victims of trauma heal.

She has experience working with children who have been victims abuse and neglect, adults in domestic violent situations, and victims of human trafficking.
Katrina’s therapy goal is to help children and their families find their strengths to function in a happy and healthy way. She individualizes her therapy treatment to best match the child’s, adult’s or family’s unique requests and treatment needs.

In her spare time, Katrina enjoys hiking, boating and photography. She enjoys the rivers, waterfalls and mountains of Eastern Idaho.  While in the outdoors she photographs wildlife, landscapes and people who are enjoying the beautiful resources of this area.

Katrina is trained in DBT, CBT, Solution Focused Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Problem Solving Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, FLIP~IT (a program to help children recognize their emotions and “flip” negative ones into positive ones”), Way to A, Social Stories, Video Modeling for children and adults with autism, and behavioral data tracking and interventions.  She derives many of her interventions based on what she understands from her training in human neuropsychology.

Specialties
Complex Trauma ~ PTSD, People with Drug and Alcohol Addiction and People with criminal Histories, Victims of Domestic Violence
Children with mental health and behavioral concerns as young as 3 years of age
Juvenile
Adults and Children with Developmental Disabilities
Parent Education and Coaching