Claire Radatz

Claire Radatz, BA enjoys working with children and adolescents as well as those who have experienced adverse life experiences to help them work through life transitions and challenges to reach their full potential. She have experience working in a day treatment setting with adolescents who have co-occurring addiction and mental health concerns. Claire is passionate about creating a welcoming space using a person-centered approach to therapy as well as a strengths-based approach to help clients reach their goals. Additionally, she strives to build therapeutic relationships with clients and offer a safe, accepting, and authentic environment to foster growth and healing.

Specialties: Depression, anxiety, children/adolescent behavioral concerns, trauma, life transitions, skills training, mindfulness, self-esteem, adolescents involved in the court system and at-risk adolescents

Education: B.A in psychology from Bethel University, pursuing M.A in clinical mental health counseling at Bethel University