Kristen Kansiewicz, LMHC
I became a counselor because I wanted to address the stigma of mental illness in faith communities and in society as a whole. I enjoy seeing others take positive steps in their lives.
In the past few years, I have become passionate about supervision due to the lack of quality supervision in the field. I use researched supervision techniques including IPR (Interpersonal Process Recall) and role play, and I address professional development stages.
I hope growing counselors are dedicated to seeing real improvement in their clients' lives. I hope as a field we help erase stigma so that all who experience the symptoms of mental illness feel comfortable getting help.
WORDS I LIVE BY:
Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS)
- Wheaton College
- Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary
- Regent University: Ph.D. in progress
- Depression / Mood
- Spiritual Issues in Counseling
- Chronic Mental Illness
- Women's Issues
- Personal Growth
- Adjustment Disorders
- Insight-Oriented Therapies
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Narrative Therapy