Dr. Krysta Winters received her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Wheaton College after completing her Masters Degree in clinical psychology. Prior to attending Wheaton College, she received her undergraduate degree from Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland. She is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a member of the American Psychological Association.
Krysta specializes in individual and family therapy, dealing with issues related to eating disorders, complicated grief and loss, trauma, depression, anxiety, relationships, and stress management. She enjoys working with age groups throughout the lifespan, ranging from children and adolescents to adults of various ages. She is also skilled in performing a wide range of psychological assessments.
Krysta has extensive experience exploring how different people manage change and growth in their lives, turning times of adversity in areas of strength. Her professional explorations of how culture and gender play a role in people’s daily lives have led her to examine issues related to rural, international, and ethnic populations, including intergenerational patterns of living. Krysta has given many community presentations and welcomes the opportunity to speak on multiple topics such as eating disorders, stress management, and adult development. Krysta works out of the St. Charles Office.