LCSW - Therapist
Krista devoted several years to program and community development in Alaska where she worked closely with professors to complete and publish research on Food Insecurity in the community of Anchorage. She is extensively experienced in residential milieu treatment and the Teaching-Family Model, which has helped her in her clinical work at Eva Carlston. Krista is trained in a variety of clinical modalities including, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Mind and Body Bridging, Motivational Interviewing, Intuitive Eating practices, and EMDR.
“I feel empowered to continue to work with students to help foster their change process, learn new skills, and develop a passion to live and experience the world.”
After graduation from the University of Alaska-Anchorage with a BS in Social Work, Krista, completed a master’s degree in Social Work at the University of Utah with an emphasis in forensic social work. Krista like to spends her time reading her favorite books, cheering on the Utah Jazz, hiking, and snowboarding.