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Welcome to Catalyst for Change
At Catalyst For Change our highest value is that of well-being and positive family relationships. We provide services and supports for individuals and families which promote emotional well-being and healthy family relationships. We also believe that this pertains to all types of families, not just those as traditionally defined. To this end we currently provide individual and family therapy to help individuals and their families thrive. We also offer supervised visits which allow non-custodial parents a safe environment to spend time with their child/children and supervised exchanges which allow for the safe transfer of children from one parent to the other. Staff have expertise in areas such as anxiety, depression, substance abuse, childhood trauma and neglect, ADHD, youth behavior problems, divorce, step-families, relationship issues, adoption and fostering.
Catalyst for Change provides services and supports for individuals and families which promote emotional well-being and positive family relationships.
Angela Henry Wilklow
LCSW / BACS
Founder/owner of Catalyst for Change, Angela has been a social worker in the GNO area for over 18 years. She has experience treating mental health problems such as anxiety and depression and substance abuse disorders. She also is experienced providing therapy for other issues such as foster care and adoption, step-families, divorce, relationship issues and youth behavior problems. She provides supervised visitation and exchanges. Angela is a Board Approved Clinical Supervisor (BACS) and provides clinical supervision for social workers.
MS, NCC, PLPC
Kathryn helps children, adolescents, and adults suffering from social and emotional concerns, anxiety, depression, stress, and behavioral issues, find peace of mind, hope, clarity, self-awareness, self-acceptance, and ultimately autonomy. She is experienced working with children in the educational setting. She utilizes cognitive-behavioral therapy, brief solution-focused therapy, play therapies, educational therapies, and existentialism.