Dr. Kali Lantrip, Ph.D., Psychologist
Dr. Lantrip approaches her work with clients as a collaborative exploration – working together to find the root patterns and origins of their current stress or pain in order to find a way to move forward.
She has a strong background in cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, and emotion-focused therapies and has specialized training in evidence-based treatments for trauma including Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy. Much of her work over the past decade has focused on working with clients presenting with trauma – emotional, physical, sexual, and occupational. She feels passionate about supporting people during their journey of healing from immense historical pain.
In addition to clients presenting with the impact of trauma, Dr. Lantrip works with teens, adults, and couples, addressing concerns related to relationship problems, parenting, familial pain, depression, anxiety, mood swings, grief/loss, and life transitions. Dr. Lantrip creates a safe, engaged, and warm environment that supports people to more comfortably engage in the vulnerable process of making life changes and increasing personal empowerment.
University of California, Berkeley, B.A. History
University of Oregon, Ph.D. Counseling Psychology
University of California Santa Barbara, Doctoral Internship and Post-Doctoral Fellowship
State of Arizona Board of Psychologist Examiners
California Board of Psychology
Utah Department of Commerce Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing
Multistate Licensure via PSYPACT
Psychotherapy is an integrative approach to mental health treatment which is rooted in the therapeutic relationship between the therapist and client. Otherwise referred to as talk therapy, psychotherapy allows for an open, supportive dialogue focused on identifying and changing thought patterns/behaviors that may be affecting one’s mental wellness.
Finding Empowerment After Trauma
This group is currently accepting new clients for Spring 2023 and will take place via tele-health. The group is a healing support space is for female-identified survivors of childhood abuse, adult sexual assault, and/or dating/partner violence. Focus of group is on reducing isolation, increasing self-compassion and awareness of normative trauma responses, and fostering resiliency and healing.