Maggie Kapitan | M.S., MFTC
Maggie is a Marriage and Family Therapist Candidate (MFTC) and earned her MS in marriage and family therapy from Purdue University Northwest. Maggie approaches therapy with a systemic and trauma informed mindset, primarily utilizing Narrative, Collaborative Language Systems, Gottman Method, and Brainspotting therapy techniques. She is also a Prepare/Enrich Facilitator.
Maggie works with various populations, including individuals, couples, relationships, adolescents, and families. She works with clients’ issues, including depression, anxiety, relationship distress, communication, trauma, gender identity, and relationship with self. She prioritizes creating a safe and validating therapeutic environment for all clients. Knowing that we are all unique individuals with our own backgrounds, identities, and histories, she makes sure that each client’s treatment goals are co-created and tailored to fit each client.
Growing up in the Chicago suburbs, then living in the Appalachians has allowed Maggie to work with diverse client populations. Her experiences have taught her the value of growth, change, forgiveness, and the importance of communication. Her work focuses on the power of healing through relationships and bases her work on strengthening these bonds. She enjoys reading, spending time with her family and partner, and experimenting with crafting projects in her free time.