Life can be unpredictable with situations to navigate, relationships to manage, and emotions to regulate. Upon entering Kristi’s office, you can expect to be welcomed with a strong compassion and a desire to understand each individual. She finds the most success with her clients when meeting them where they are, and hearing their perspective as they work together on a plan for their overall success.
Kristi uses a Person-Centered approach, which allows clients to address here and now concerns, and problem solve their daily life happenings. She also utilizes Cognitive Behavior Therapy to address any distortions in thought patterns, while working alongside her clients to create and increase their positive emotions and behaviors. Kristi has specific training in working with first responders and their family members.
Kristi received her bachelor’s in social work from Northwestern College in Orange City, IA in 2018. In 2019, she received her master’s in clinical social work from the Grace Abbot School of Social Work at University of Nebraska Omaha. Since then, she has worked in various outpatient mental health settings with focuses ranging from kids with developmental delays to adults with personality disorders.
Her primary focus includes working with individuals with anxiety, depression, self-esteem, and identity concerns. Krist is passionate about empowering clients of many ages, from pre- teens to adolescents and adults. If you would like to schedule an appointment with Kristi, please call the office at 402-933-5700.