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Kathy Tompkins, LCMHCA

Program Therapist

Kathy Tompkins (she/her) is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate who is passionate about offering quality mental health access to those experiencing PMADs, perinatal trauma, and perinatal loss. With a BA in Sociology from UNC-CH (2009) and an MA in Counseling from Covenant Theological Seminary (2017), Kathy has pursued further education and training in advanced perinatal psychotherapy from Postpartum Support International, training in perinatal grief and loss from Haslet Counseling, and DONA approved training as a postpartum doula. Kathy is client-centered, attuning to the pace of the client, creating space to process struggle, and instilling hope for a path forward through acceptance, grief, compassion, and values-based action. Kathy has a special interest in supporting perinatal clients who are experiencing loss or pregnancy after loss.

Kathy draws from evidence-based approaches including ACT, DBT, ERP, attachment theory, and somatic models of therapy. She is LGBTQ+ affirming, weight-inclusive, and strives to be a life-long learner when it comes to the lived experiences of marginalized people. A survivor of recurrent miscarriage and postpartum anxiety herself, Kathy spends her free time visiting area parks with her four year old, listening to podcasts of all varieties, and walking in the woods.


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