Shoshana Katz (she/they) is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist with specializations in the treatment of trauma and LGBTQIA+ affirmative psychotherapy. She completed her MA in clinical psychology from Antioch University, her MS in Psychiatric and Psychological Anthropology from Brunel University and holds an undergraduate degree in Cultural Anthropology.

Prior to joining Visions, Shoshana worked as a hotline operator at Didi Hirsch’s Suicide Prevention Center, as a case manager assisting people struggling with homelessness to access housing and economic resources, as an outpatient therapist at the People Concern’s Wellness Center in Skid Row and as a Post-Graduate Fellow at the University of Southern California, where she provided therapy to students through the Office of Relationship & Sexual Violence Prevention Services.

As a therapist at Visions, Shoshana utilizes a holistic bio-psycho-social and strengths-based approach to support the development of insight, self-compassion and improved coping skills. Her work draws inspiration from the NeuroAffective Relational Model, the Trauma Resiliency Model, Somatic Experiencing, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Attachment Theory, Family Systems, Depth-Oriented Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and Narrative Therapy.

In her free time, Shoshana enjoys quality time with friends, summer beach days, exploring new music and caring for her cat, Crow.