Jeremiah Kats, MS, LMHC, NCC

Master of Science, Counseling, 2016
Northwest Nazarene University, Nampa, ID

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, 2008
Dordt College, Sioux Center, IA

Jeremiah's Areas
of Expertise


Get to know Jeremiah

Jeremiah Kats, MS, LMHC, NCC specializes in working with kids.

Education System

In his previous role, Jeremiah worked with children as a school counselor and as a behavioral intervention therapist. This experience taught him a lot about communicating with kids on their level. He is also knowledgeable with school processes, including 504 Plans and IEPs, and can help explain those things to parents.

The moment it “clicks”

Some of the most rewarding moments of Jeremiah’s career are when things finally “click”. Once people are able to identify and get to the root of their issues, they can begin to overcome them. Jeremiah knows that this can be easier said than done. For that reason, he enjoys guiding people through the processes and ensuring that they don’t feel alone.

Outside of session, Jeremiah enjoys spending time outdoors camping, running, or biking. When he’s inside he’s likely watching a movie or playing some video games. He also enjoys traveling with his wife and two daughters.

To schedule an appointment with Jeremiah Kats, give our Cedar Falls office a call at 319-260-2149!

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Emotions are stupid

Most of our poor decisions and behaviors that we wish we could re-do are driven by our feelings. In most cases we are probably reacting from an emotion and not even really thinking!

Oppositional Defiant Disorder

ODD is one of the most common behavioral disorders among kids. Unfortunately, people exhibiting these behaviors are sometimes mislabeled as "naughty" or "bad," which can be damaging.

Connecting With Your Teen

Regulate your emotions and then engage in co-regulation with your teen from a place of curiosity and compassion.