Krystina Erichsen

M.A., LPC

816-246-4465 ext 12

 

Krystina received her Undergraduate Degrees in Psychology and Communication Studies from the University of Missouri Kansas City followed by her Master’s Degree in Counseling from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary where she interned at Hope House in Independence, MO.

Krystina is experienced in working with individuals, couples and families of all ages through a multitude of problems including trauma. She does not see counseling as just her job but her passion. She feels honor in having the opportunity to help others while they let her into their lives.
Krystina would describe her approach to therapy as diverse. Examples of therapy approaches she uses are theory, behavioral,      cognitive, supportive, etc.
Krystina is married and the mother of three children. Her hobbies include painting, refurbishing furniture, reading and most of all being with her family.

Krystina’s office hours:

Mondays         Out of Office
Tuesdays          Out of Office
Wednesdays     9am-7pm
Thursdays        3pm-9pm
Fridays             11am-5pm
Saturdays         8am-3pm
Sundays           Out of Office

Krystina also is available for speaking, teaching, and workshop facilitation.  Please schedule early as she books out far in advance.

Krystina’s recent continued education training:

  • CBT Certificate in Essentials of CBT (Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy), Beck Institute

February 2018

  • Gottman 1: Bridging the Couple Chasm- February 2017

  • Neuroscience for Clinicians- Brain Change for Stress, Anxiety, Trauma, Moods, and Substance Abuse- December 2016

  • MO Legal and Ethical Issues in Behavioral Health- September 2016

  • If the Shoe Doesn’t Fit: Tips, Tools, and Techniques to Help Grieving Children, Teens, and Adults- April 2016