Kathy Reynolds, LCSW
"THE ILC ENVIRONMENT ALLOWS FOR TRUE HEALING, AND OUR BELIEF IN EMBRACING THE COMPLEXITY OF EACH INDIVIDUAL CLIENT IS WHAT IS UNIQUE TO OUR APPROACH. WE WILL EMBRACE EACH CLIENT AND HELP THEM BACK TO A WAY OF LIVING THAT GIVES THEM CLEAR DIRECTION AND PURPOSE." – KATHY REYNOLDS
Kathy Reynolds is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been working with addiction and mental health clients for two decades. She has experience working with a multitude of mental health issues, as well as spent many years in a residential setting working with addictive disorders. She is passionate about increasing understanding of how adverse childhood experiences (ACES model) impact development and increase the likelihood of mental health struggles and addiction issues.
Kathy has a wealth of experience treating clients at all levels of care and all types of trauma and family of origin issues, and most recently worked with veterans who have a history of combat trauma and PTSD. She has held the title of Director of Clinical Services in residential settings prior to ILC with an emphasis on clinical program development, and understands the importance of treating each client as the unique individual they are to ensure each person gets the specialized care they need.
For Kathy, it's important that each client who comes to treatment at ILC gets a chance to unravel the toxic and unhealthy coping mechanisms and behaviors, so that the authentic self can emerge and evolve.