Kristin’s therapy style is patient-centered with understanding and commitment. She fashions a peaceful and safe environment to enable you to realize your objectives drawing from her passion for serving within this professional relationship. Her purpose for this therapeutic alliance is to provide complete support so that you can achieve ultimate satisfaction with your therapy goals. It is essential, and studies demonstrate that progressive changes in our behavior create a newfound balance in our relationships. She highlights a process through which you will gain new and positive insights to proceed with your life and appreciate your newfound empowerment to enjoy your journey with overall self-acceptance and serenity. She will offer fresh and reflective perceptions to enable you to craft constructive long-term adjustments within yourself and those around you.
Ages Treated | Preteens, Teens, Adults, Elders
About Kristin Warnock
Kristin received her Bachelor of Social Work from Northeastern Illinois University, where she was introduced to the broad, generalized field. She then received her Master of Social Work from Loyola University Chicago, where she chose the clinical track and specialized in Mental Health services. Kristin worked in acute crisis hospital settings before joining private practice. She works with young children through older adults with anxiety, behavioral problems, depression, mood disorders, and psychosis. Her devotion and zeal for this facilitating profession strengthen her interest in expanding her skill set and attempting new approaches to helping others heal. She keeps an open mind to learning techniques to assist people in achieving long-term sustainable success in their lives.
Northeastern Illinois University, B.A., Social Work
Loyola University Chicago, M.A., Social Work