Anna-Kristine Psomiadis is completing her master’s degree in counseling psychology at Yorkville University; she is completing her practicum training at Bear Psychology and Trauma practice under the supervision of Dr. Anna Baranowsky.
Anna-Kristine has a background in mental health and addiction and crisis intervention and suicide prevention. She has worked with individuals experiencing homelessness, addiction, trauma, and other mental health concerns. She has worked with clients of all ages in diverse settings from schools, shelters, hospitals, and the community. She has a background in person-centered, emotion-focused therapy, and cognitive behavior therapies. She won an award last year for the top 100 health care leaders and won a leadership award this year with the international forum on mental health.
Anna-Kristine understands that every individual is unique and that mental health falls on a spectrum. She believes that counseling is a collaborative process where everyone involved learns and grows with each other. She is passionate about supporting others and committed to creating a safe environment where individuals can be themselves openly and authentically and get the support they need. She is passionate and committed to supporting clients on their journeys and healing. She strives to instill positive growth and change in clients, in the community, and in society.