Dr. Kathleen Hipke is a psychologist whose area of specialization is maternal and infant mental health. She obtained her undergraduate degree from UCLA and both her master’s degree and PhD from Arizona State University. She completed her internship at Northwestern University Children’s Memorial Hospital and her fellowship at the University of Wisconsin - Madison.
Dr. Hipke’s practice places special emphasis on providing child and family psychotherapy and treating infant and early childhood mental health issues including trauma, sleep, attachment concerns and emotion/behavior regulation. Dr. Hipke also specializes in treating perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, helping families cope with pediatric medical illness, and working with children on anxiety, learning and behavioral challenges.
Dr. Hipke is endorsed by the Wisconsin Alliance for Infant Mental Health as an Infant Mental Health Mentor-Clinical, IMH-E (IV). She is a rostered Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) provider via the Child Trauma Research Program. She is also a member of the American Psychological Association and the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology.
In her time away from work, she enjoys teaching, outdoor adventures, reading, gardening and travel.
PHD, Arizona State University
MA, Arizona State University
University Of Wisconsin - Madison
Childrens Memorial Hospital
Parenting, Pediatric Medicine, Postpartum depression, Traumatic stress