Katie Workman, Intern


Areas of Specialty:

  • Individual, marriage, and group counseling
  • Relational & betrayal trauma
  • Sexual compulsivity and addiction
  • Prodependence
  • Anxiety & depression
  • Sexuality & intimacy
  • Grief and loss
  • Life skills for children and teens

I have always had a special place in my heart for therapy. I have seen first-hand how life changing and beneficial personal work and healing can be, and have deeply felt the call to help others find their way to peace. I strongly believe in the power of individuals, couples, and families to alter frustrating and disheartening patterns; changing their lives for the better long term. Though this can sometimes feel like a daunting task, I am committed to helping you through the process to peace. Through my own personal life-changing experiences, I have become well acquainted with pain and healing. I honor the bravery and vulnerability it takes to seek counseling, heal your pain, and share your story.

I am privileged to work with the team of therapists who are certified to administer the SABR Program which deals specifically with sexual compulsivity and betrayal trauma. Working with women who are in crisis is an area of special interest and experience, as well as working with faith-based women who are struggling with sexuality and desire. I have a passion for strengthening families through couples’ work, parenting education, and teaching life skills to children and teens. I received a bachelor of science from Arizona State University and am currently completing my master’s degree in Licensed Professional Counseling at Grand Canyon University.

On a personal note, I have been married for 12 years and have four incredible children. As a family we love to try new things, explore new places, and share pizookies! In my spare time I enjoy reading, traveling, and hunting for records to add to my collection.

Contact Katie at (480) 668-8301 ext. 1010 or kworkman@familystrategies.org.

“When we own the story, we can write a brave new ending.” – Brene Brown