Katie Godfrey, PhD, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Certified Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy Provider

Individual & Couples Therapy
Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy

 Specialty Areas

  • Trauma Recovery 
  • LGBTQ Affirming Therapy
  • Couples Therapy
  • Family Therapy (with adult families)
  • Depression, Anxiety, and Mood Disorders

Dr. Katie Godfrey excels at building meaningful connections with her clients as they work together in a warm, non-judgmental environment where her clients can experience being deeply cared for as they work together to transform their lives.

In her over twenty years of clinical experience, her clients have often told her that they value how genuine she is with them and appreciates how she balances challenging them to grow with supporting them.

She works with clients on a wide variety of issues, and has specialized training in several areas of expertise including helping her clients heal from trauma with EMDR and working with LGBTQ clients. Katie also provides Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy. Learn more about her approach here.

Hear from Dr. Katie Godfrey

I have a gift for connecting with people who feel like no one can connect with them, and helping them heal from past traumas and painful events into a new, vibrant chapter of life. As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I am passionate about working with people in relationships who struggle with communication, connection, or conflict resolution.

I greatly appreciate working with LGBTQ+ clients. I am acutely aware of the various issues we face in terms of identity, safety, and living life in a heteronormative culture and the effect on the queer community. My clients value having an accepting space for them to explore their identity and relationships and to feel authentic. I work with teens and adults of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and self-expressions.

Working with trauma is something I have done my whole career. In order to provide high-quality trauma-informed work, I have specialized expertise in several areas including Attachment-Focused EMDR and in Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy.

In my 20+ years of experience, my clients often tell me they value how genuine I am, how I hold them accountable, and how they can share things with me they have not shared with anyone else. My style is a mix of warm, accepting understanding and accountability as I support you in your growth. 


~ Dr. Katie Godfrey

Posts by Dr. Katie Godfrey

Relaxing Alternatives to Screen Time for Tired Children

This time of year I often hear from parents that their child is struggling behaviorally...

How to Help a New Mom who Seems Depressed

One of our Postpartum experts, Dr. Katie Godfrey, shares advice for family and friends who are...

We Are Proud to Celebrate Relationship

This month we celebrate love and relationship. This month feels quite momentous for several reasons...

Boredom, Nagging, and Whining: 3 Tips for Handling Kid Complaints

As a parent or child care provider, who hasn’t experienced whining and complaining from children?...

Five Ways to Stop a Panic Attack

A panic attack, otherwise known as an anxiety attack, is when someone feels intensely overwhelmed. ...

Nature Activities to Celebrate Autumn

At this point many of us are feeling the fatigue of having children at home...
trauma sensitive yoga


  • 2010 Ph.D., Educational and Human Resource Studies, concentration in Couple and Family Therapy, Colorado State University
  • 2005 M.S., Human Development and Family Studies, concentration in Marriage and Family Therapy, Colorado State University
  • Graduate Certificate in Women’s Studies

Advanced Training and Certifications

  • 2023 Certified Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy Provider, Integrative Psychiatry Institute, Colorado
  • 2019 Memory Reconsolidation, The Flash Technique & EMDR Training
  • 2006 EMDR Training, Basic Training Levels 1 & 2
  • PSI Maternal Mental Health Certificate Training

Research, Presentations, and Publications


  • Godfrey, K. (2020) Tips for Talking to Kids About Puberty. Colorado Parent, February 2020.  https://www.coloradoparent.com/tips-for-talking-to-kids-about-puberty/
  • Godfrey, K. (2019) Talking to Kids About School Violence, May 2019. https://www.coloradoparent.com/talking-to-kids-about-school-violence/
  • Godfrey, K. (2013). Gender variant youth. Connections Newsletter, Spring, 1-2.
  • Godfrey, K., Haddock, S.A., Fisher, A., & Lund, L. (2006). Essential components of curricula for preparing therapists to work with lesbian, gay, and bisexual clients: A Delphi Study. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 32 (4), 491-504.
  • Dissertation: Decision making process for first-time mothers plannings home births (2010)

Katie has presented in a variety of areas, from University classes to parenting groups to workshops for therapists, teachers, and care providers.

Here is a sampling of her presentation topics:

  • And Baby Makes Three: Couple Relationships After Baby Arrives
  • Perinatal Mood Disorders including postpartum Depression, Anxiety, and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Beyond the Box: Creating Inclusive Learning Environments for Transgender Youth
  • Feminist Parenting: Putting Your Values into Practice



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