Krista is many things. In this space she is a she is a mentor-facilitator for individual, community, and cultural repair. She works with grassroots individual and organizational projects of decolonization and liberation. She works with people one-on-one and in groups in the realms of trauma resolution, ancestral healing and lineage repair, sacred and healing foods, ceremony and earth medicine.
Krista is not your regular therapist/healer/life-coach/nutritionist. She combines deep transformational work with holistic nutritional support and practical real world skills to give you an edge in offering yourself fully to your relationships, your work in the world, and your community involvement. Krista works with people one-on-one as well in groups either face to face or virtually.
She works with people in these general areas:
Holistic Nutrition & Permaculture: cooking and consuming traditional sacred and healing foods to support healthy weight, robust fertility, emotional resilience, and physical vitality.
Individual and Community Healing & Ceremony: deep ancestral excavation and re-membering of ceremonies that create and sustain us: coming-of-age, union, pregnancy, birth, rebozo closing the bones, naming, bathing, moon-pause, and eldership are a few examples.
Depth Psychology & Life Coaching: digging deep within a safe and compassionate container to support harmonious marriage/partnership, professional partnership/organizational conflict resolution, ethical leadership, spiritual direction, trauma healing, dream-craft, lineage repair, decoloniality & community liberation.
Financial Freedom: ethical and heart centered business marketing and development to support finding your strengths, purpose and calling, overcoming obstacles, getting started, and the practical business fundamentals to bring yourself to market in an authentic and soulful way.
Education and Training:
Krista is a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner®, Systemic Constellation facilitator, Theater of the Oppressed facilitator, philosophical counselor, nutritional therapist, community and archetypal psychology practitioner, birth keeper and death midwife.
She has an MA in Philosophy from the University of Toronto and an MA in Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute with a concentration in Community Psychology, Liberation Psychology and Eco-Psychology.
She is currently a doctoral candidate in Indigenous Studies at the University of British Columbia where she works at the intersection of applied medical anthropology, Mexican American and Indigenous philosophy, Indigenous psychologies and creative-poetic praxis.