Kristin Ritchey, M.Ed., Resident in Counseling

As the Eagles once said, “oftentimes it happens, we live our life in chains, and don’t even know we have the key”.  My goal as a therapist is to empower and support you as you rewrite and reshape the narrative that is your life. 

I received my M.Ed. in Mental Health Counseling from the College of William & Mary, where I also completed my undergraduate degree in French & Francophone studies.  I specialize in working with individuals struggling with eating disorders and body image concerns, sex therapy, family therapy, as well as anxiety, depression, and day to day life stressors.  I use a primarily narrative approach and draw heavily from feminist theory.  I incorporate CBT, DBT, mindfulness, and other techniques into my counseling as well.  I operate from a Health at Every Size approach in my work and celebrate all bodies that I encounter in the therapy room. 

I have a passion for working with college aged individuals and young adults, but welcome individuals at any age or phase of life. Therapy with me means being seen for who you are, and embracing everything you can be.  It would be an honor to walk alongside you in your mental health journey, and I look forward to meeting you!

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