As a woman with bipolar, a Gen Xer, a mom, and an unapologetic extrovert, Kat has a lot of stories to tell. She also has an unabashed, honest desire to share them. Like most people, at some point, Kat has felt alone, alienated, and smothered in self-doubt. Through her storytelling, she is able to help herself and others remember we're all in this together.
Kat communicates in a way that educates and connects people with an infusion of humor and empathy. Her material relates directly to the lives of her readership, as shared through first-person narratives and anecdotes. Her writing and performances encourages people to be more authentic and open, connecting in ways they haven't before.
Kat is able to take difficult topics and talk about them in such a way that they don't seem so scary and alien - she is candid about her lived experience with depression, anxiety, panic, bipolar, and negative self-talk. Whether or not she is speaking directly to brain issues, there is always an underlying theme to her pieces - you are not alone. Also, Kat is not a doctor.
Kat has spent the last 15 years translating complicated topics, empowering people to make educated decisions confidently that will impact the rest of their lives - and will do the same for you and your readers. You'll discover for yourself how quickly she builds trust and relationships as you determine the scope of the effort.
While that negative inner voice often haunts Kat, at an early age she discovered that when she's in front of an audience, either becoming a character or telling a story, all that negative noise and self-doubt disappears. A confidence calm takes anchor.
Kat assumed that when her daughter was born, she would be just like her. This, shockingly, was not the case. As Kat maneuvers through life with an independent, quirky child who is hurtling toward adolescence at rocket speed, she willingly shares the ups and downs as they happen.