Katherine Evering-Rowe


Katherine believes that healing is made possible by the challenging and rewarding process of coming into authentic relationship with our emotions, needs, gifts, and desires. Katherine’s aim is to partner with each client to co-create a space where this process can unfold, and to hold that space with a warm, authentic, and grounding presence. She is immensely grateful to walk with clients on this journey.


Katherine works with adolescents and adults and has in-depth experience working with people of color, queer folks, and college students. While she pulls from a variety of frameworks to meet each person’s specific needs, her therapeutic approach is undoubtedly informed by an unwavering commitment to anti-oppressive frameworks, mindfulness and body-awareness practices, and her ongoing study of psychodynamic and relational theories and techniques.

Education and Training


MSW • University of Pennsylvania

BA • English and Women's Studies  •  Tufts University

Areas of Specialization

College students, emerging adulthood, first-generation issues, depression, anxiety, relationships, adjustment issues, sexuality, trauma, race

Theoretical Orientation

  • Psychodynamic

  • Relational

  • Gestalt

  • Trauma-informed

  • Feminist