Is your child having behavioral difficulties? Children often communicate their emotions, both positive and negative, with behaviors. Unwanted behaviors often occur when children have already used all their coping skills and no longer know how to handle conflict. Kari offers a specialized approach to reshaping behaviors using a combination of expressive arts and behavior modification interventions. She addresses each child’s unique challenges with an individualized perspective that includes the entire family system. Kari is able to assess and interpret the expression of the child and use it to foster change.
Kari Randall is a Licensed Professional Counselor and is trained in EMDR, Applied Behavioral Analysis, and Play Therapy. Kari has delivered mental health treatment with children for over ten years. Kari’s experience includes working within the public school systems by developing and implementing behavioral plans for children who are at risk of being removed from the school setting. Kari has used Applied Behavioral Analysis providing in-home services for children diagnosed with developmental disabilities. For over three years, Kari has provided outpatient therapy to children with extensive trauma, including physical abuse, sexual abuse, and neglect. Kari also specializes in counseling children suffering from chronic/terminal illness.
Kari is a native of Buffalo, NY, where she received her BA in Psychology from D’Youville College. In 2008, Kari moved to Richmond, Virginia to pursue her MS in Rehabilitation Counseling at Virginia Commonwealth University. Kari has earned a post-graduate certificate in Applied Behavioral Analysis from Capella University. Kari relocated to Denver, CO in November 2017. She is currently working towards her MJ in Child Law and Policy at Loyola University of Chicago. Kari was an expert witness in Virginia, which has led to her passion for advocacy.
If you are new, please feel free to fill out Kari’s intake forms before the first session. These forms can also be filled out during the first session.