Kïrstin is a Graduate Student Intern, currently attending Grand Canyon University. She received her bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University (BYU) in Marriage, Family, and Human Development, with an emphasis in Human Development and a minor in Psychology. She also completed the Special Education Teaching Licensure Program at BYU and has taught special education, preschool through high school, in Utah, Arizona, and Washington.
Outside of work, Kïrstin has participated in humanitarian service to provide support to communities in poverty and women and children who have experienced trauma/abuse, both locally and around the world. Over the course of her life, she has been blessed with experiences that have guided her path and fueled a passion for helping children and individuals with special needs and who are experiencing a range of difficulties.
Her approach to counseling is grounded in cognitive behavioral and person-centered theories, with an ability to adapt to the needs and preferences of individual clients in providing an eclectic, multi-modal therapeutic approach.