Kari Whatley

Kari Whatley has experience as a mental health professional in private practice and is currently the bereavement coordinator for Gentiva Hospice. While coordinator for both the Juvenile Anger Management Program and Strengthening Families Program at Lifelines Family Counseling Center, she provided therapy for at-risk youth as well as the families of those children. During her time at Lifelines, she worked primarily with court-ordered youth offenders. Kari has also coordinated equine therapy programs for youths with behavioral issues, ADHD, depression, anxiety, OCD, anger management, and eating disorders. Learn more on her website. Kari has been a lifelong rider, successfully competed at the national level, and has trained under world-renowned instructors including Olympic rider Denny Emerson. Kari is a sought-after instructor for several local U.S. Pony Club and riding associations and has instructed students through the championship level. Kari combines her experience as a trainer and skills as a counselor to create successful EAP sessions.

Latest from Kari Whatley

December 26, 2019

The 3 Questions You’re Not Asking Yourself (But Should Be)

November 16, 2019

What I wish I knew before my Brother Committed Suicide.