About Kathy Doornekamp
Kathy Doornekamp B.A., M. Div. offers caring, compassionate, and culturally sensitive counselling and psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and families in the Kingston, Perth, and Rideau Lakes region. Kathy completed her undergraduate degree in general arts at Queen's University (Kingston ON) and her Masters of Divinity (Counselling) at Tyndale Seminary (Toronto ON).
Kathy has been happily married to her husband Ike for 30 years and they are the parents of four adult children. Kathy brings to her counselling a depth of life experience in a variety of contexts. She is involved in her faith community and serves as a board member (youth and school liaison) on her local arts council. She enjoys gardening, music, quilting, home decorating, and getting out to enjoy the beautiful Canadian landscape, whether on foot on or cross-country skis.
From a family systems perspective, Kathy provides opportunities for relationship enhancement and personal growth to those impacted by relationship breakdown (communication, conflict), affairs, marital conflict, grief, self esteem, trauma, anger, depression, anxiety, family life transitions, and issues around spirituality. She brings a sensitivity to the unique issues involved in cross-cultural counselling. Her passion is to journey with people towards greater healing, wholeness, and purpose in their lives.
Kathy is a registered psychotherapist with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (#002522). She also has membership with both the Ontario Association of Consultants, Counsellors, Psychometrists and Psychotherapists (#3858-A), and the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT #131794).