Kate Hubrich, MSW
Lead Therapist at Evoke Therapy Intensives
Kate brings a passion for connection and creativity to Evoke. Her warmth, radical acceptance and ability create a strong alliance with clients allows for deep connection and accountability in her therapeutic practice. Kate grew up both in Missoula, MT and Salt Lake City, UT and loves incorporating themes from the natural world into her work. She has been deeply drawn to the experiential, creative therapeutic styles as well as mindfulness-based practices. She has worked in outpatient therapeutic settings since 2018 and has a natural gift for group facilitation.
Education & Prior Work Experience
After teaching English as a Second Language to graduate students from all over the world and working with refugees, Kate pursued a degree in Social Work with an emphasis in mental health, and global social work from the University of Utah. Kate has worked with youth, postpartum populations/perinatal mood disorders, adults, couples, and families. She has come to love working both one-on-one and in groups, and is well suited for the unique work provided at Evoke Intensives.
Kate works best in therapeutic settings where there is a mix of education, vulnerability, group process, and spontaneity. She is eager to witness people as they talk through their own experiences and responses as they explore their past and future. She is interested in exploring why we behave the way we do and how we can soften judgement and attempt new behaviors.
When she’s not working, Kate enjoys hiking, and connecting with nature. She loves the mountains of Utah and traveling to new nature spaces. She values being a present aunt in her family, attending community and civic events, and engaging with her community in SLC.