Kathryn Trucano LCPC, NCC
(406) 992-4082
(888) 657-1446 fax

Kathryn Trucano is a Licensed Professional Counselor for the state of Montana and Wyoming.  She provides mental health services primarily to individuals (middle school children, adolescents, and adults) and their families. In her practice, she primarily utilizes Emotion-Focused Therapy which draws upon psychodynamic, gestalt, attachment, and family system theories.  Kathryn has received training in different branches of Emotion-Focused Therapy including individual, couples, families, and trauma.  She often incorporates cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma theory, mindfulness, and strengths based principles as well.  

Kathryn is a nationally certified counselor that is governed by the National Board for Certified Counselors.  She is also an ordained Interfaith Minister, receiving her ordination after completing a 2-year study on world religions through The New Seminary in New York City.

Kathryn received her Master’s degree in Health and Human Development from Montana State University, where she completed both the mental health, and marriage and family tract requirements. She has worked as an outpatient therapist at the Bozeman Help Center, and the Intermountain Community Service Center in Helena.  While in Bozeman, she provided volunteer services for Family Promise, The Help Center, Hearts and Homes, and Haven - the domestic violence shelter.

Kathryn is currently in private practice.  She is passionate about helping individuals and families in the Helena area and has chosen to collaboratively work with dedicated colleagues both at Rivers and Mountains as well as in the broader Helena community.

Kathryn assists clients who are struggling with mood disorders, anxiety, autism, life transitions, relationship difficulties, self-esteem issues, grief, and trauma. To obtain more information about Kathryn Trucano and her services, please go to her website:  http://www.ktrucanolcpc.com.

Please note: Kathryn does not take on any cases that potentially could lead to testifying in court. This includes parenting disputes and criminal issues.