Kathy Waisman-Bush, MA
Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor
Kathy Waisman-Bush holds a Master’s in Education in School Counseling and Counseling Psychology, is a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor, completing her 15th year as school counselor. She has worked at both the elementary level and in specialized school programs for students with mental health complexities, focusing on achieving academic and personal success. In addition, Kathy has over 25 years of experience as a counselor in a variety of settings, both inpatient and outpatient; working with young people and adults challenged by mood imbalance, depression, anxiety, substance use disorders and prevention, learning and perceptual uniqueness, balancing life stressors, adjustment and attachment issues (i.e. divorce, loss), and trauma and grief.
Kathy’s training includes social work and family systems, addictive disease and prevention, school counseling, experiential learning, program development, and mind/body wellness with a focus on creative therapies.
Kathy is passionate about engaging children, young people and adults in understanding and empowering their authentic self, enhancing resilience, motivation for change and engaging the whole person in strength-based healing.
Kathy is a resident in counseling under the supervision of Courtney Glickman, while continuing to pursue full licensure in Counseling and registration as Play Therapist.
Kathy has two children, two golden retrievers, and is a lover of anything creative, integrating music, art, and collaborative creative endeavors.