Kate Pabst, MA, MFT
Kate Pabst, MA in Marriage and Family Therapy, joined Face to Face in 2013 as an intern. She works in both In-Home and Outpatient settings to provide trauma-informed therapy to young individuals and families. Using integrative methodologies, Kate utilizes creative approaches to therapy with compassionate non-judgemental listening, teaching, art, play, movement, and Somatic Experiencing to help clients feel heard, to connect, and to heal.
Mental Health Practitioner
Elizabeth grew up in the Twin Cities and joined the SafeZone team in September 2019. She holds a B.S. in Human Services and her M.S.W. in Clinical Social Work. Elizabeth has over five years of experience working with people experiencing homelessness and youth programming and is passionate about trauma-focused care and youth empowerment. Before joining SafeZone, Elizabeth worked as a Psycho-Educational Coordinator for unaccompanied refugee minors experiencing homelessness in France.
Clinic Operations Manager
Melissa has been at Face to Face since August of 2017. She graduated from Bemidji State University with a degree in Indigenous Studies and she’s also certified as a coach for parents. Since 1987, she has worked in nonprofit organizations serving children, youth, and families in community and human services, family violence intervention and prevention, youth development, curriculum development and training, out-of-school programs and camping, residential treatment, tutoring and education programs, and childcare.
I am new Community Health graduate, I also got my minor in Political Science. I believe that an education is the greatest gift that you could give to anyone! Also, I am really passionate and well educated on Social Justice Issues and Health Disparities.