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about me

      I am a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT) practicing in the Wood River Valley. I graduated from The California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco with a masters in transpersonal counseling psychology. During my graduate education, I trained at The Institute for Health and Healing at the California Pacific Medical Center hospitals working with patients living with serious illnesses, such as cancer and autoimmune conditions. I received my bachelor's degree in writing and literature from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado and have been a certified yoga teacher since 2001.


      For four years, I performed as a professional jazz singer in New York City and I utilize my training as a vocalist and psychotherapist to work with individuals in the Wood River Valley. I've worked as a mental health therapist with St. Luke's Mental Health Services and served as a mental health consultant with Higher Ground. I served on the board of The Advocates and currently sit on the board of The Flourish Foundation.

Cate Cox, Cate Cox Therapy, Counseling, Sun Valley, Ketchum, therapy, Hailey, Wood River Valley, Psychotherapy, Couples, Family
  • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Sun Valley (LMFT #7082)

  • AAMFT-Approved Supervision Training, AAMFT, 2020

  • Board Member, The Flourish Foundation, 2019

  • Board Member, The Advocates, 2018 - 2021

  • Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, IATP, 2017

  • Volunteer in the Teen Suicide Awareness and Prevention Program, Wood River Valley, 2015

  • Leadership Intitiative Training, Off the Mat, Into the World, Minneapolis, 2014

  • Certified Reiki Practitioner, Kari Buzewski, Reiki Master, New York City, 2014

  • Masters in Counseling Psychology, California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco, 2009

  • Practicum Training, The Institute for Health and Healing at CPMC, San Francisco, 2008

  • Bachelors in Writing & Poetics, Naropa University, Boulder, CO 2006

  • Certifed Yoga Teacher, Shoshoni Yoga Retreat, Boulder, 2001

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