Autumn McKamie, M.A, LMFT #124088
Autumn McKamie, AMFT received her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Humboldt State University in 2014. She has worked with various populations including children, teens, adults, and families in treatment and outpatient settings. She approaches therapy from multiple therapeutic orientations, primarily person-centered/humanistic, cognitive behavioral therapy, psychodynamic, solution-focused and strengths-based techniques. She believes therapy is very much about the human experience and learning to develop healthy supportive relationships to foster outside of therapy. Furthermore, she believes that therapy provides an opportunity to have a vulnerable experience within a supportive framework and create a healthy self-view. These techniques are shown to be effective in treating a variety of mental health concerns, including depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship concerns, substance use and many others. Outside of work, Autumn enjoys watching thriller/action/mystery movies, cooking, playing video games, reading suspense books, spending time with her husband/family, walking her dog, and sharing her interest in zombies.