Kristina Coleman, LMSW
Counseling & therapy
Kristina is a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) specializing in inter-generational trauma, anxiety, self-esteem, depression, life coaching, community reintegration, and family/relationship therapy. She is an influential leader within Child Welfare with over 12 years of experience in Foster Care, Juvenile Justice, and Crisis Intervention. She has dedicated her career to helping children and families reunify and grow stronger together.
In her private practice, Kristina works with African Americans using an Inter-generational Trauma Treatment Model (ITTM) to address unhealthy cycles that have had a direct impact on self-esteem and goal achievement. She works with all populations but has expertise in providing clinical and group therapy to older adolescents, LGBTQ, and Teen Parents dealing with depression, co-parenting, self-esteem, anxiety, and other behavioral issues.
Kristina uses a Patient Center Approach that uniquely combines both therapy and coaching together to help achieve maximum treatment success. She completed her SIFI (New York University) and obtained a certification in Children and Families Services (Hunter College). She was recognized by Westchester County in 2021 as a nominee for the WOW award for her dedication and community service. Kristina continues to serve as a community advocate helping to address the disparities and stigma around mental health for people of color.