Kristi Beroldi, MA, LPC
I received my undergraduate education from the Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College at FAU in Jupiter, Florida. The connections that I made their helped me decide to further pursue my education in counseling. I moved to Virginia in 2013 to pursue a graduate degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. I graduated from George Washington University’s Counseling Program in 2015. Recently, I become an independently licensed counselor in the state of Virginia.
Over the course of my counseling career thus far, I have worked with clients on a wide variety of issues, including depression, anxiety, life transitions, and self-esteem issues, and from a range of different backgrounds. My main focus has been on working with children and adolescents, however, I do have experience working with adults on similar issues. That experienced has been gained through community-based counseling and outpatient services with youth aged 3 to 17 and adults 18 to 95 years of age.
I take great pride in making sure my clients are comfortable and understand that I am here to help them achieve what they want, and that therapy is only what they make it. I do not have a magic wand that can make everything better, but I will walk beside them and help guide them toward their goals so that they can make it better. I always start from a person-centered approach when getting to know a new client before moving into more structured, problem-solving, and/or strength-oriented approaches.