Aging & Geriatric Issues

Years in Practice

3-5 years


Pueblo CO 81004 - United States


Other, PhD

Additional Expertise

Rabbi/Clergy/Pastoral Counseling, Relationship Coach

I Practice in

All areas, please inquire

I Believe

"Come to me all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest." Matt 11:28

About Kerry Prater

Rev. Dr. Kerry Randolph-Prater lives near the beautiful Colorado Rocky Mountains with her husband of 20 years. She received her doctoral degree in Philosophy with an emphasis on Psychology from Farington University in 2003, and her doctoral degree in Pastoral Psychology from Trinity Evangelical Christian University in 2005. These two areas of study have blended science and theology giving her a unique balance of scientific spirituality. 4 years on the Natrona County Red Cross Disaster Team, 3 years working with at-risk youth in RTFs (co-author of the Positive Peer Environment), 10 years counseling the homeless, and 20+ years observing the impact of military life on families has given her the skills necessary to effectively counsel the residents of Pueblo county. Using integrated theological and psychological models of therapy together with faith-based strength she is able to assist clients in coping effectively in our troubled, war-torn world, especially our military families (Primary investigator for the BLDRR technique to treat PTSD). In January of 2009 she started her private practice, JKLR Counseling, offering Christian psychotherapy. Certifications include: Marriage Counseling, Stress and trauma, Crisis Intervention. Currently she is conducting research involving memory retention and restoration. Member AACC Member UNTCI Ministry Association

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