Kathryn Kurdt

Kathryn Kurdt, PhD, has been a counselor for over 25 years, currently with a private practice out of her home in Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, a university town. She earned her master’s degree in counseling there, and returned to work in the counseling center and the counseling department before going rogue from the university. She’s a mother of two children, and continually finds that the most wonderful and challenging thing she’s ever done. She teaches counseling as an adjunct professor at McDaniel College, and just loves getting to be a part of the process of learning anywhere that can happen. Along with her work and her children, she loves cats, crafts, writing, and all things creative, so she is excited and honored to be contributing to Elephant Journal.

Latest from Kathryn Kurdt

May 20, 2020

Moving Forward is Messy: 12 Ways to Navigate the Crisis.

May 17, 2020

Synchronicity Can Be Funny

November 25, 2019

Will I ever be ready to love again?

August 15, 2019 Editor's Pick

6 Ways to Make Friends with our Awkward, Unspoken Needs.

July 7, 2019

A Psychological Condom for Online Dating: Don’t Feed the Narcissists.

June 24, 2019

To the Divorced Moms who Grieve in Private on the Days they’re No Longer a Part…

June 5, 2019

Flinstones First Love

May 28, 2019

After Loss, we need our Memorial Days—the Public & the Private Ones.