Counseling in Sacramento, CA
We provide counseling services to individuals, couples, and young adults in and around Sacramento, California. You may love working with us if you’re looking for honest and unfiltered therapy, served with a side of powerful positivity!
Learn more about our dedicated team below.
About Kami Storck, LMFT founder of Soul Legacy Therapy
As the founder of Soul Legacy Therapy, I’m devoted to my resilient clients. I’m a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and a Professional Speaker. Even more importantly: I’m the wife of a firefighter and a mother.
I’m actively involved in the public safety community providing education and support to departments, families, and individuals, and I know firsthand the kind of challenges that people in our community face daily.
I bring a direct, warm and humorous approach to my work, and find it such a privilege to be a part of my clients’ lives improving. My specialties include:
- Counseling and educating couples on rebuilding relationships, intimacy, and sexual connection.
- Supporting individuals and families who are part of the First Responder/Public Safety community. (I.e. firefighters, police officers, military, paramedics, etc.)
- Speaking and training on both of these areas; locally, nationally, on TV, and online.
I’m also a faculty member at a local university, teaching in the Master's of Science in Counseling program, and in the past have served as President for the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, Sacramento.
Contact me with questions or to schedule an initial 15-minute consultation.
I work with couples, individuals, and children. I believe that by creating a therapeutic relationship that is comforting and encouraging, the self can be explored. I'm passionate about bringing peace, happiness, love, hope, security, and self-confidence back to the client and bringing out the strengths the couple's relationship already has and working through the struggles they may not be aware of.
I have special interests working with:
- Individuals and couples experiencing infertility
- First Responder population
- Veteran population
I have previously worked in Law Enforcement and have a great understanding of the struggles First Responders have of managing shift work, processing the events seen during a typical shift, and balancing various roles and responsibilities in the home life and work life. I’m married to an officer in Law Enforcement who also happens to be a Veteran. I understand that people are in various stages of life and working through various struggles that sometimes require a helping hand. Clients can take comfort in knowing that I have had first hand experience working intense shift work, being a wife, mother of two, and student all at the same time, and at the end of the day, remembering to know and love myself.
Some days were not as easy as others for me. A year ago I had to undergo a procedure that would cause me to longer be able to have children, due to medical issues. This completely impacted my life as well as the future of my family. I understand the impact that infertility can have on an individual, couple and a family. I have personal experience and knowledge of the struggles that come with this.
I believe that the one thing that individuals or couples experiencing infertility, First Responders, and Veterans have in common it often times exposure to trauma. I think trauma can leave small lingering effects that can cause disruption in our selves and our relationships with out every knowing it was there. I am trained in Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR). This is one effective approach to working through difficult experiences in people’s lives.
The other approach I enjoy taking is a more personalized approach where laughter can be the best medicine. I believe that making the appointment and showing up is half the battle. The rest of it is just a conversation between two people.