Kathryn Trucano is a National Certified Counselor (NCC), and a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) in Montana and Wyoming. She provides mental health services to children, teens, adults, families, couples, and parents living in the Helena Valley. She specializes in attachment, emotionally-focused, and psychodynamic modalities. See Curriculum Vitae for a comprehensive list of the training she has received.
She completed the two-year Masters program at Montana State University-Bozeman for Mental Health Counseling through the MSU College of Education, Health & Human Development. This MSU program is CACREP accredited. Kathryn received a Master of Science degree in Health and Human Development in May 2012.
Kathryn also completed a 2-year training through The New Seminary in New York on Interfaith Studies from 2004-2006 which provided education in world religions and spiritual practices. At the completion of this coursework she was ordained as an Interfaith Minister through the Interfaith Temple in New York and continues to serve on their staff as a minister.
Kathryn is currently practicing in Helena, Montana at Rivers and Mountains: Consilience Institute.