Kerri Codville, MA, LMFT
Kerri is a Licensed Couple and Family Therapist who works with teens, adults, couples, and families. She helps you to explore why you feel the way you do and how to feel better. In a safe and non-judgmental therapeutic relationship, you have space to explore who you are and the struggles you are facing. Kerri pays close attention to your attachment styles, your unique background, and how you experience life and your relationships. In this therapeutic relationship you can gain a deeper understanding and a deeper appreciation of who you are and who your loved one is.
Kerri offers clients space to work through complicated issues. In couples and family work, she uncovers communication and interactional patterns that are causing stress and conflict. Clients can build insight around why and how these patterns are happening and how to shift them to reduce conflict and increase bonding.
With years of experience working with a diverse range of clients Kerri uses integrative approach and selects from several models that would best suit the client’s needs. Such therapies include relational psychodynamic theory, attachment theory, systems theory, dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), narrative therapy, emotionally focused therapy (EFT) and structural family therapy.
Areas of expertise include:
- Grief and Loss
- Relationship concerns
- Family conflict or stress
- Blended Families
- Major life changes
- Master of Arts, Couple and Family Therapy, Antioch University, Seattle, WA
- Bachelor or Science Psychiatric Nursing, Douglas College, Coquitlam, BC
- Professional License: LF61388461
In her free time, Kerri likes to spend time with family and friends, hike, kayak, explore, travel, go to concerts and stand-up comedy shows.