Kate Lemoine, MS, PLPC
Adolescent, Adult and Couples/Family Psychotherapist
Katherine Lemoine (Kate, she, her) stands by the notion that the human condition is a shared experience. Her approach to the counseling relationship is of a fellow traveler, meeting a client where they are on their journey.
Kate serves individuals and groups (couples, families), from the age of adolescence through the lifespan.) She excels when working with trauma, systems (relationships), death and dying, life transitions, dissociation, attachment wounds, prolonged/complicated grief, the Self, and identity.
Kate is a fully trained EMDR therapist and received training and consultation from an EMDR International Association approved trainer. She is currently pursuing advanced credentialing in EMDR in order to become EMDR Certified, as recognized by EMDRIA. She receives ongoing consultation from an EMDR consultant as part of the certification process. Kate has completed Level 1 Gottman Method Couples Therapy training, a research based approach for relationship health. This method connects couples to actionable research based tools to support their relationship goals. She is also registered for Gottman Method Level 2 this fall. Prior to becoming a Master's level therapist, Kate worked for 15 years as a Licensed Massage Therapist. Her expertise in bodywork is integral to her psychotherapy work, connecting the systems of the body with emotional pain and psychological distress.
Kate’s psychotherapeutic scope of practice is rooted in Somatic and Systems theory. She is diligent in supporting her clients through their own lived experiences and shared relationships. Kate is not afraid of your pain. She believes in the counselor's role to help understand, process, and build, with compassion, integrity, mutual trust, and respect.
Kate is passionately committed to advocacy, is racial justice allied and supports queer community. She strives to therapeutically serve any person navigating queerness, marginalization, and/or discrimination within their internal and external systems. She is a climate aware therapist and supports clients when coping with any feelings created by macro-level ecological, ethical, humanitarian stressors our world is facing.
Outside of working for The Therapy Garden, Kate enjoys researching neuro-psychopathology, typing with her eyes closed, and spending time with her various plants at the home where she and her darling daughter share a sacred little life.
Kate has earned the following degrees, Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in 2011 and 2021, respectively. Kate is a Provisional Licensed Professional Counselor (PLPC) and is in the process of gaining full licensure through the Louisiana Licensed Professional Counselors Board of Examiners.
“No Man is an Island,” -John Donne.
Payment and Availability
Insurance and Payment Info: Not in network with any insurances; can offer receipt for services. Private pay only at this time, payment due at time of service:
50 Minute Sessions: $115.00
60 Minute Sessions: $120.00
90 Minute Sessions: $160.00
2 Hour Sessions: $210.00
Couples and Family sessions: + $25 to standard fee
Limited # of Sliding Scale spots available. Call to inquire about availability
Available: Mondays through Fridays 9:00 AM-5:00PM
In-Person and Telehealth available
Location: 123 Ridgeway Drive, Ste B, Lafayette, LA 70503
To make an appointment with Kate, please call (337) 254-0362. If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org