About Kristin


Kristin is a third year graduate student pursuing a doctoral degree in clinical psychology with a school psychology certification track and a concentration in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). She uses an integrated theoretical approach to create a safe, meaningful and personalized space with clients including relational therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), CBT and ACT.

Kristin has experience working with children, adolescents and adults in outpatient, university and school settings coping with depression, anxiety, obsessions/compulsions, learning disabilities and other life stressors. Specifically, some of her experiences includes working closely with a HeadStart preschool class to develop academic and social skills through play-based learning, psychoeducational assessments, biopsychosocial assessments, conducting in-clinic intensive group therapy based in DBT skills (coping skills, emotion regulation, mindfulness and maintain healthy relationships) and carrying a caseload of individual therapy clients. Her passion in life is to aide in a client’s journey towards self-fulfillment. Through her clinical work, Kristin is committed to supporting and empowering clients in times of distress through warmth, compassion, and challenging them to discover their true selves.