Katie Hancock is a Clinical Therapist at Advaita Integrated Medicine and Green Hill Recovery. Katie earned her Masters in Social Work from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. She has been with AIM and Green Hill since August 2021 and has served in multiple roles: as an MSW intern, a Case Manager, an IOP Admissions Coordinator, and now a primary therapist. Katie became a RYT 200 Registered Yoga Instructor in 2018 and provides weekly yoga, meditation, and mindfulness for the AIM IOP program. Katie is passionate about experiential therapies, inner child work, and holistic treatment. Her therapeutic work is most informed by Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Internal Family Systems (IFS), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
Katie’s work as a Peer Support Specialist in a crisis stabilization psychiatric hospital and detox unit inspired her to pursue a career in social work. Katie worked closely with folks of all ages struggling with severe mental illness, trauma, and addictions. In this role, Katie was trained in Trauma-Informed Care and served on the Trauma-Informed Care Leadership Committee. Katie believes in always leading with compassion, the importance of a strong therapeutic alliance, and the miracle that can happen with genuine human connection. She is passionate about breaking stigmas, cultivating balance, living purposefully, having fun, and showing that it is possible to live a fulfilling life in recovery. Katie is a Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist Associate and Licensed Clinical Social Worker Associate.
Katie grew up in Florida and loves to swim and scuba dive. She enjoys hiking trips in the mountains with her family, hot power and restorative yoga, reading books in her hammock, Pure Barre, music, spending time with her beloved rescue pup Milo, caring for other animals, (she’s also a professional dog walker!), and always being a student in her own yoga and meditation practice.
University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill, NC) – Masters in Social Work
University of Florida (Gainesville, FL) – B.A. in Gender Studies