Karri Siebert, Intern


Karri, pronounced Care-e, is a female in her early 60s

Karri is finishing her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Concordia University-Irvine with
The Townsend Institute. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Behavioral Health with an emphasis in
trauma from Grand Canyon University in 2019. She has a certificate in Foundations of Biblical Counseling
from the Christian Counseling Education Foundation and is a trained apprentice facilitator for the Trauma
Healing Institute. She has decades of ministry experience journeying alongside those who are suffering. This
prompted her to return to school with the goal of being able to offer compassionate, trauma-informed Christian

Our life stories are told through our relationships. Sadly, our deepest wounds and darkest fears often come
through relationships also. Healing these hard parts of our story comes through relationships with safe people
who will listen to and care for our pain. Karri desires to be that safe person who will listen deeply to your story
and help untangle the pain so you can thrive in the peace and freedom of being who you were created to be.
Karri looks forward to walking alongside adolescents and adults who have experienced trauma, anxiety,
depression, addictions, relationship problems, or spiritual abuse. Her approach is emotion-focused interpersonal
psychotherapy from a developmental and attachment-based perspective using evidence-based practices
supported by Biblical grace and truth.

Karri and her husband attend Cheyenne Evangelical Free Church, where she helps lead women’s Bible studies.
She and her husband have been married for 40 years and enjoy time with their 5 children and 3 grandchildren.
In her free time, she enjoys reading, writing, and crafting, but she especially loves to be outdoors hiking,
camping, and kayaking with family and friends.