Kristina Schumacher, TLLP

Pronouns:
She/Her

Hello! Are you struggling with your mental health and finding day-to-day interactions to be increasingly overwhelming? My goal is to provide a safe, supportive, nonjudgmental, and fun space where you can learn to express your thoughts, feelings and experiences, learn coping skills, and ultimately to love your true and authentic self. In therapy, I aim to meet my clients where they are; whether that’s by working on gaining the confidence to try the latest TikTok trend, learning to set boundaries in a relationship, sitting with painful emotions without judging for feeling, or understanding and minimizing the impacts of trauma on your daily life.

I received my master’s in Counseling Psychology from Wayne State University. I enjoy working with teens and adults struggling with anxiety, depression, ADHD, disordered eating, trauma, LGBTQIA+ issues, body image etc. I utilize a person-centered and integrative therapeutic approach that combines multiple therapeutic styles and techniques for treatment that is tailored to your wants and needs, including Multicultural, Acceptance and Commitment, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral, mindfulness, feminist, and psychodynamic.

Making the decision to start therapy is difficult, and I am proud of your courage and strength to seek support! Let’s work together to learn to love and accept the you of yesterday, today, and tomorrow and create a life that feels fulfilling and rewarding.

In my free time, I enjoy reading period dramas, baking, dancing, playing with my cats, listening to k-pop, scrolling through tiktok, singing, and trying a new craft every weekend.