Kristina Byrd is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has graduated from Indiana University with a Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies. Kristina then graduated from Indiana University with a Master in Social Work. Kristina is certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Clinical Telehealth, and is a Clinical Anxiety Treatment Professional.
Kristina's purpose is to help you believe that you can achieve more than what you can see. Kristina services individuals, couples, and families who are experiencing increased stress, caregiver stress, anxiety, depression, and grief. Kristina believes that there is power in simply being heard.
Kristina is NOW offering in person sessions.
Cynthia Muite is a professional Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over ten years of experience. Cynthia finds great joy in assisting individuals with navigating through life's challenges. Cynthia firmly believe that everyone needs a safe place to share thoughts and reflect to promote self growth.
Cynthia’s goal is to explore core issues and help you to become the best version of you. Whether it’s depression, anxiety, grief therapy, obsessive compulsive disorder or cognitive behavior therapy, she’s here to help. Make your first steps with Cynthia! Click below to start your journey to healing.
Crystal Campbell is a Licensed Masters Social Worker with 20yrs of experience working with children. Crystal graduated from Tarleton State University with a Bachelors of Social Work and then obtained a Masters of Social Work degree from University of Texas at Arlington.
Crystal approaches therapy in a supportive judgement free environment. Her sessions will focus on CBT, DBT, and Solution Focused Therapy. Crystal motto is "When we challenge our negative thoughts, learn new coping skills, and are true to ourselves, we can fundamentally transform our lives."
Crystal is NOW offering in person sessions.
As we continue to add insurances to our panel and transition to in-person visits in some states, stay connected and you'll be the first to know. Ask your provider if they accept your insurance.