Katie Gott, B.A.
Katie Gott, B.A. is part of the administrative team for the Behavioral Wellness Clinic. She schedules appointments, assists clients, and helps maintain the daily operations of the clinic. Katie graduated from Winona State University in Minnesota with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She is currently pursuing her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at Spalding University.
Katie completed an undergraduate internship at St. Joseph’s Hospital in St. Paul, MN where she worked with individuals with Co-Occurring Substance Use Disorders. During her internship, she also created a volunteer outreach program between St. Joseph’s Hospital and Metropolitan State University. This program was created to give psychology students the opportunity to volunteer and gain clinical experience on mental health units in a hospital setting. In her free time, Katie likes to read, watch movies, travel, and spend time with her friends, family, and her dog Sasha.
Gott, K. & Severson, C. (2018). Comparing Cognitive Restructuring and Cognitive Defusion Techniques on Reducing the Believability of Negative Thoughts. Metropolitan State University.