Kris Holland offers individual psychotherapy, family counseling and clinical supervision to adolescents and adults. She has a BA from University of Wisconsin, a master’s in Education and Counseling from George Washington University and post-graduate coursework at Johns Hopkins University. She is practical, non-judgmental and compassionate and strives to give her clients tools to make positive change in their lives.
Life is full of challenges. Sometimes the ups and downs can throw us into confusion. You really can learn how to understand and even change your thoughts and feelings and feel better. Kris has particular expertise in working with times of transition – the challenges of the teen years, moving into adulthood, dealing with trauma recovery and healing old wounds, becoming a parent, deciding to separate or divorce, or handling aging parent and elder care. Kris can help you discover what’s holding you back from reaching your full potential.
Her therapeutic approach is eclectic, depending on the client’s particular needs. Cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness and DBT (dialectical behavioral therapy) are emphasized.