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Kristian Wilson

Kristian Wilson


15 years of experience
Solution oriented

Kristian received her Bachelor's degree at the University of North Florida followed by her Masters at Webster University. She engages others by building a rapport while also assisting her families to achieve set goals. She works with individuals ages 5-100, families, adolescents, drug addicts, and parents who need guidance. Some specialty skills include problem-solving, communication, coping skills, and relaxation exercises for anxiety. Kristian focuses on improving the quality of life of individuals and families by compassionately serving their mental health, addiction, special education, and community support needs.

What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?

In the first therapy session, clients can anticipate a welcoming and safe environment to discuss their concerns. We will begin by exploring their goals and reasons for seeking therapy. I will explain the therapeutic process, confidentiality, and the importance of the therapeutic relationship. Assessing their personal history and current concerns is a crucial part of the session. Together, we will set treatment goals. Clients will have the chance to share their emotions, and I may introduce some therapeutic techniques or coping skills. We will also discuss session logistics, and if applicable, homework assignments. The first session is a starting point for building trust and addressing the client's unique needs and aspirations.

Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.

I relish the prospect of working with others, both as part of a team working towards a common goal, and also working face-to-face with individuals and families from all walks of life to provide them with assistance.

Describe the client(s) you are best positioned to serve.

My dream client is someone who embodies a profound willingness to grow and adapt, recognizing that personal development is an ongoing journey. They value the collaborative nature of the therapeutic process, understanding that our partnership is built on trust and openness. Motivated to create positive changes in their life, they have a particular interest in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and its effectiveness in addressing cognitive patterns and behaviors that impact their well-being. Mental health is a priority, and they are committed to addressing mental health challenges, whether it's anxiety, depression, or stress. Resilient in the face of adversity, they are determined to overcome obstacles and create a more promising future. Seeking self-understanding and committed to the growth and evolution of their relationships, they believe in the potential for personal change and are open to a holistic approach to mental health. Committed to overall wellness, they maintain a healthy lifestyle that supports their well-being and approach life changes with resilience and adaptability, navigating transitions with a positive outlook. Open to diversity and inclusivity, they value a therapeutic relationship that respects their unique background and identity, and appreciate the value of introspection in personal development. Committed to nurturing resilient relationships that can withstand life's challenges, they are eager to develop healthy coping strategies and strive for life satisfaction through improved mental health and well-being.

About Kristian Wilson

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My treatment methods

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)

In my practice as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), I have significant experience with Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) as a treatment method. CBT is a widely recognized and evidence-based approach that focuses on the connection between thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. Over the years, I have successfully used CBT to help clients address a variety of mental health concerns and achieve positive outcomes.