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An Inside Job: Mastery Conversations featuring Katherine A. Walker

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An Inside Job

An Inside Job


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Katherine Walker is the founder of Lifetime Behavioral Health and she brings energy enthusiasm and a wealth of experience to all of her clients. She has devoted over 15 years of her career to helping others resolve personal and professional issues, improve their performance, prepare for significant life changes, and obtain work/life balance. In the midst of her busy career, Katherine and her husband started their family and for the first time she began to fully understand what it meant to juggle work and family. As a wife and mother of two she has real world experience when it comes to nurturing a successful marriage and maintaining a highpowered career while raising a young family. Katherine has been faced with and overcome a number of issues that face today's families so she's a wonderful resource in many ways for both men and women. In addition to working with adults, Katherine also thoroughly enjoys counseling young adults and adolescents who are looking for their place in this world. Katherine's down to earth approach to counseling is appreciated by her clients. She encourages her clients to take a practical approach to life's problems, brainstorming options and solutions while incorporating a sense of humor. One client stated, "I love coming here. You never tell me what to do but you ask great questions!" Katherine earned a Master’s Degree in Human Resource Management from Keller Graduate School of Management and a M.S. in Counseling from National Louis University, with honors. She is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and a Nationally Board Certified Counselor. Katherine is also a member in good standing of the Illinois Counseling Association (ICA), the Illinois Mental Health Counselors Association (IMHCA), the Illinois Association for Couples and Family Counseling (IACFC) and well as the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC).