Krista Giilck, BSS, MACP, BCACC
Krista received her Bachelor of Social Science (Honours) in Psychology and Criminology in 2012 and is working toward obtaining her Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology through Yorkville University. She has over five years of experience working with youth and young adults in a trauma-informed, residential care setting and one year of experience working with adults in an inpatient addiction treatment center. She has a caring, nonjudgmental approach, that helps people to feel safe sharing personal struggles. Krista is knowledgeable in using mindfulness-based practices and cognitive behavioural techniques in supporting individuals with a wide array of concerns including emotion regulation, self-injurious behaviour, depression, anxiety, attachment injury, trauma and substance abuse.