Lead Clinical Supervisor for Teletherapy Program
Krystal received both her Bachelors and Masters degrees in Social Work at Monmouth University and has worked in the field of mental health/behavioral health for 16 years. She has a broad range of experience in the mental health field, including residential, in-home, inpatient crisis hospitalizations, Children's Partial Care, Adult Partial Care, outpatient groups and individual services. Krystal also worked for 7 years in the I/DD field, providing clinical administrative oversight for a residential program that implemented behavior modification and support services. Most recently, Krystal has been providing Clinical Supervision to new therapists, helping to nurture their desire to become a fully licensed practitioner. Krystal feels most at home utilizing behavior modification and behavior therapies.
She has experienced much success in the implementation of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as well as mindfulness techniques and solution-focused therapy.
In her spare time, Krystal enjoys being with her husband, two young children and 2 dogs. Krystal enjoys reading, watching movies, kayaking, trips to Maine and being with family.