Kate Murphy Therapy | Kate Murphy a psychotherapist treating individuals and couples in the Atlanta Metro area of Norcross, GA.
Kate Murphy is a licensed psychotherapist practicing at Pathway Center for Psychotherapy in Norcross, GA treating both individuals and couples dealing with anxiety, depression, and communication issues.
Kate Murphy, Atlanta, Norcross, Gwinnett, counseling, individual therapy, couples therapy, premarital counseling, depression, anxiety, relational issues, communication, conflict resolution, psychotherapy
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“Loving ourselves through the process of owning our story is the bravest thing we’ll ever do.”

Brené Brown, PhD, LMSW

Kate Murphy, LMSW

Hello, I’m Kate. I specialize in working with stressed, burned out, and curious people who sense that life has something more to offer them and that they have something more to give. Entering therapy is a brave decision that can lead to healing and change. I am here to support you in understanding your own unique strengths better so that you can move past destructive thought and behavior patterns.

Individual Therapy


My practice is in Berkeley Lake at the Pathway Center for Psychotherapy. Visit the page of the service that you are seeking to learn more.


Individual Therapy

Couples Therapy

Premarital Counseling

Adult Adoptee Support

The Couch

The Couch is my blog. My writing is guided by themes that come up consistently within my work. Topics center around anxiety, depression, workplace stress, and relationships. We’re all human and we all have stuff, right? I hope to bring you information that offers relief and a sense of shared humanity on your journey towards living a more balanced, connected, and meaningful life.

Ready to explore therapy? Schedule a free 30-minute consultation.

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S., affecting 18% of the population.

Anxiety disorders are highly treatable, yet only about 1/3 of those suffering receive treatment.

Anxiety disorders develop from a complex set of risk factors, including genetics, brain chemistry, personality, and life events.

7.6% of Americans 12 and over had depression (moderate or severe depressive symptoms in the past 2 weeks).

Nearly 1/2 of those diagnosed with depression are also diagnosed with an anxiety disorder.

Almost 43% of persons with severe depressive symptoms reported serious difficulties in work, home, and social activities.