“Courage does not always roar. Sometimes courage is the quite voice at the end of the day saying I will try again tomorrow.”
— Mary Anne Racmacher

Qrystel believes that working towards change takes courage. Sometimes it is big steps in insightfulness, sometimes it walking away saying I will try again tomorrow, and sometimes it’s looking for the little changes. Qrystel believes that all people have courage, and an inner strength to know what is right for them. Qrystel works at helping people build insight, and boundaries, while being their authentic self. This is true for children as well as adults.

Qrystel received her graduate degree from Westminster College, after finishing her Bachelors degree at the University of Utah, and her Associates at Salt Lake Community College. Qrystel has worked with families experiencing trauma, life transitions, and grief as well as women experiencing anxiety, depression, and relationship changes. Qrystel uses various modalities to help clients process difficult experiences,  gain insight into their life, and be able to help them recognize patterns in their life. Some of these modalities include trauma focused-cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, attachment, person centered techniques, and art therapy.  Qrystel also has training in Brene Brown Shame Resiliency, and feels that this work is pertinent for connecting with others, and being able to love and accept yourself.


     *Children                              * Adolescents                      * Adults

     * Grief and Loss                    * Attachment issues             * Stress Management             

     * Depression                         *  Anxiety                            * Adjusting to Life Transitions 

     * Social Skills                        *  Parenting                         * Healthy Relationships

     * Parenting                           * Play Therapy                     * Family Therapy

     * Mindfulness                      * Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)