Kristen Gennety, LLMSW
Kristen Gennety, LLMSW, received degree in social work from Michigan State University, and continued on to gain her Masters of Social Work from the same university. During this time, Kristen worked with children and teens in a community mental health setting providing outpatient therapy, and produced and presented research on intimate partner violence on college campuses. Since graduating, Kristen has worked in a private practice setting.
From the therapist: I believe therapy is most beneficial to a client when tailored to their individual needs and strengths, such as using humor or individual skill sets. As a therapist, it is crucial to be empathetic, understanding, and non judgemental. I partake in an eclectic therapeutic style, drawing techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and mindfulness, while using an attachment and trauma focused lens. I am very open to working with any demographic, as I also feel a crucial piece of the therapy process is the rapport and fit between a therapist and client, but do love to work with young adults, teens, and children especially. I work with a variety of issues including anxiety, depression, ADHD, and also have a focus on women's and relationship issues. If you feel like I might be a good fit for you, I would love to meet and discuss your needs and goals for the therapeutic process!