EdS, LAMFT, LCADC
Katie Onitiri-Hageman is passionate about helping others. She has a history of more than 10 years working in the criminal justice system, child welfare system and state hospitals. Her passion is to help communities learn about their mental health, break the cycle of recidivism, addiction and relational issues. Katie has been an adjunct professor that has taught Issues in the Criminal Justice System & Strategies in Addiction Counseling.
Katie uses an integrative approach to therapy that helps you to focus on a healthier lifestyle for you and your family.
Her background includes a BA (Purdue U.) in psychology, MA (Rutgers U.) in Criminal Justice and Ed.S (The College of New Jersey) in Marriage & Family Therapy with extensive mental health/counseling courses and training.