Mon & Weds 5:45 PM - 9 PM, Tues 3 PM - 8 PM, Sat 8:15 AM - 5 PM
CLOSED - 12/25 & 1/1
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Two Convenient Office Locations
1518 Walnut Street, 6th fl, Suite 607, in the heart of Center City Philadelphia is accessible from all parts of Philadelphia. Public transportation includesthe Broad Street Line(stop Walnut and Locust - 2 blocks away ),Bus 42 (stop 15th & Walnut- across the street). Street parking is limited. Also, it is wheelchair accessible.
2305 Fairmount Avenue, in the Art Museum District, is convenient to side walk cafes, restaurants, local coffee shops, the Philadelphia Art Museum and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Great for a nice walk or a drive.
Public transportation includes: Bus 32 (stop PA Avenue & Fairmount Ave. - 2 blocks away),Bus 7(stop 23rd & Fairmount Ave. - right on the corner), Bus 48(stop 22nd & Fairmount Ave. - 1 block away),Bus 33(stop 20th & Fairmount Ave. - 3 blocks away)
Interstate 676 (I-676), Interstate 76 (I-76) and Kelly Driveare close by. Residential parking is available in 1 and 2 hour intervals a block or two away. Also, there is a 24-hr, outdoor, self-park parking lot available between 22nd & 23rd Fairmount Ave. for 1 hour @ $4, 2 hours @ $8 (Major credit cards accepted only)
KEP Life Skills Consulting LLC located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania provides counseling, psychotherapy, coaching, and consulting services.
Adults (18+ years-old) are offered assistance with daily life stressors
covering a wide range of concerns or topics. As a result, they lead healthier
and less stressful lives.
Typical topics include: anxiety, depression, transitions, grief, anger, trauma, relationship and familial difficulties, goal setting, identity concerns, self-esteem and confidence building and more.
KEP Life Skills Consulting LLC provides affordable and quality services. Services target individuals who have busy schedules with little to no "me" time. It is also convenient for YOU.
Katrina is a true professional who helped increase my self-esteem and confidence. In addition, Katrina was able to help me realize what was best for myself and my family. She not only helped me to become financially fit, but also showed me the importance of being mentally and emotionally healthy as well. I truly cannot thank her enough.”
Katrina advocated on my behalf and regularly met with me to discuss any issues or problems I encountered. Providing this platform helped me remain optimistic during periods of frustration. She is reliable, buoyant in spirit, pragmatic, and encouraging in the midst of daunting challenges.”
Katrina Pinkney born and raised in Philadelphia is a Licensed Professional Counselor(LPC), a National Certified Counselor (NCC) and a nationally Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor (CCMHC) who collaborates with clients to uncover available resources and options in all situations.
She has worked in the non-profit, public health, healthcare, and higher education sectors. Within these industries, she has encountered a diverse population to include college students, at-risk, geriatric, minority, underserved, low-income, and the disabled. Her specialties include at-risk, minority populations who have a history of trauma.
She holds a Master of Science degree in Higher Education Counseling/Student Affairs and has completed post masters coursework in clinical mental health from West Chester University of Pennsylvania.
Katrina frequently participates in professional development opportunities to hone her skills and techniques. Recent professional development opportunities included: opioid addiction, motivational interviewing, trauma-informed, prenatal and postpartum depression, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety interventions and techniques, safety and ethical issues, suicide prevention and assessment, recovery-oriented care, and diversity and cultural awareness to name a few.