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Krista Fenner, LPC

Undergraduate Education:

Bachelor Degrees in Psychology, Spanish, and Mass Communication from Black Hills State University

Graduate Education:

Master Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Southern Oregon University

Professional Licenses:

Licensed Professional Counselor

Clinical Training/Certifications:

Certified in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), ASAM, and Trauma. Focused training on eating disorder treatment.

Counseling Services:

Individuals, Couples, Families and Group Therapy; Mental Health and Substance Abuse.

About Krista:

Krista Fenner understands that beginning therapy can be daunting and therefore strives to create a welcoming, comfortable, and safe place for individuals to explore. Krista believes that humans are resilient beings and therefore views therapy as a collaborative process where individuals rediscover their own strengths and how they can be used to heal. Krista believes in providing a trauma-informed care setting for therapy and will hold space for individuals to increase self-awareness and re-connect with the truest version of themselves.

Krista has been a therapist for 6 years and obtained her bachelor’s degree from Black Hills state University in Spearfish, South Dakota and her Master’s in Mental Health Counseling from Southern Oregon University in Ashland, Oregon. Krista has worked with individuals, couples, groups, and families from a variety of backgrounds and places and has experience working with people struggling with substance abuse and mental health issues. Krista is especially interested in working with people who have been impacted by trauma, struggle with eating disorders, addictions, or anyone who is looking to improve their own feelings of self-worth.

Krista loves spending time with her husband and two children and loves doing anything outdoors. Krista loves to run, hike, snowboard, and read. Krista’s favorite thing about being a mental health therapist is getting the privilege of people allowing you into some of the most challenging parts of their life and getting to watch them overcome.

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