Featuring Our Favorite YouTube Therapist: Kati Morton, LMFT
“When brands and organizations normalize and prioritize
mental health, the door to unprecedented growth
and connection opens.” - Kati Morton
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is an evidence-based treatment that can help people with depression, anxiety, panic attacks, relationship difficulties, substance use disorders, and many other problems.
CBT places an emphasis on helping individuals learn to be their own therapists. Through exercises in the session as well as “homework” exercises outside of sessions, clients are helped to develop coping skills, whereby they can learn to change their own thinking, problematic emotions, and behavior.
Browse through Kati's videos below, to learn more about CBT, and how it might benefit you?
ADHD as an Adult: How is it Different?
Do YOU Have GENERALIZED ANXIETY? | Kati Morton
5 Types Of Dissociation
Fight Flight Freeze Fawn: Really Understand Your Stress Response ~ Mental Health 101 Kati Morton
What to Expect During Your First Therapy Session | Kati Morton
Which TYPE of Therapy is Right?
5 signs of social anxiety and what to do about it...
Can Depression Make You Binge Eat?
What is DRUG ADDICTION & RECOVERY
Kati Morton (LMFT), is a licensed marriage and family therapist, YouTube creator, author, speaker and passionate psychoeducation facilitator known for humanizing mental health. With a master’s in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University, Kati built a successful practice in Santa Monica, CA, before bringing her education and expertise to the masses via social media.
She has been at the forefront of the mental health movement since 2011, sharing powerful videos that demystify mental health and replace stigmas with understanding. She has since amassed over 1M YouTube channel subscribers and over 80 million views, cultivating a loyal community of engaged mental wellness ambassadors.
Kati has appeared on E! News, CBS The Doctors, KTLA’s Morning News, Fox 11 Good Day LA, and was showcased in Glamour UK, Europe’s most highly circulated magazine. She is a 2019 Shorty Award finalist as well as a 2020 Streamy nominee.