Krysta Young,MA, Pre-Doctoral Trainee
Krysta Young is a doctoral practicum student in her fourth year of clinical training at George Fox University, supervised by Dr. Brianne Henry-McAllister. She has a Master of Science degree in Psychology and a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology. Krysta has experience with therapy and assessment with children and adolescents. She has also worked with undergraduate students in a college counseling, as well as in healthcare settings performing risk assessments.
Krysta works from a psychodynamic/interpersonal lens, while also integrating aspects of attachment and family systems. She values giving kids, adults, and families a safe space to explore their thoughts and feelings and to find new ways of addressing their concerns. Krysta believes in using the therapeutic relationship to help clients recognize patterns of interaction that shape their daily experiences. She provides therapy services and comprehensive assessment services to individuals across the lifespan.
Outside of work and school, Krysta spends her time with her spouse, 5-year-old son, and two small dogs. She loves reading, volunteering at her son’s school, and taking her son to experience new places.