Kristin H. Foreman, PPC
Weber State University-Associate Child Development-
Grand Canyon University- Bachelor’s in Science in Psychology in 2015
Grand Canyon University-Master’s in science in Professional Counseling 2020
Peer Support Specialist Counselor, Family Support Specialist Counselor, CPR/First Aid Certified, ASIST Certified, Mandt System Certified, Mental Health First Aid
Works with children & their families and Adults
Kristin H. Foreman received her undergraduate degree from Grand Canyon University in psychology and worked on her child development associates at Weber State University. She did her internship at Jackson Hole Community Counseling Center where she worked in a therapeutic outreach center for many who are struggled with a variety of mental illnesses. Also doing her graduate studies at Grand Canyon University she graduated with her master’s in Professional Counseling in 2020.
Kris has been working in the mental health field for many years in many different capacities as she did her studies and raised her own family. Working in suicide prevention in Arizona as a peer and family support counselor, doing case management working with teens and families.
Kris enjoys working with adults and children. She focuses on person center approach and believes in empowering the client and assisting them in their own personal journey. She uses cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and motivational interviewing (MI) as well as other evidence-based treatment modalities with her clients. Kris enjoys spending time with her husband and children, being in the outdoors, photography, and scrapbooking in her spare time.