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Kristy Schindler, MS, LPC-IT

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Kristy Schindler provides school-based mental health within the Argyle school district. She received her Professional Counseling Master’s degree from Bradley University and double majored in Crisis Counseling as well as Addiction and Recovery from Liberty University. While in school she was a sexual assault advocate for SARP in Green County. For two years, she co-owned Vitality Youth Services where she facilitated Peer support groups for NAMI of Green County and co-facilitate survivors of suicide support group. She also goes into Monroe High School once a month to facilitate a LGBTQIA+ support group. I am also vice president of a non-profit Village Youth. I'm a hospice volunteer and offer bereavement and grief counseling services for SSMHealth hospice.

She is married with three children; her oldest is a junior in college and has a junior in high school. Her youngest son is an 8th grader who attends the school for the deaf in Delavan. She has two dogs, Bently and Bella, and a Holland Lop named Snickers.

Kristy does not follow one specific approach in counseling as everyone is unique; she focuses on strengths and person-centered therapy approaches. She is a believer in meeting client's where they are currently at in their life. She is familiar with cognitive behavioral therapy, sandtray therapy, play therapy, trauma, identity struggles, eating disorders, ADHD, autism, depression, anxiety, PTSD, learning disabilities, IEP advocacy, grief counseling, and safety planning amongst others.

She primarily works with individuals from ages 7 on up.

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