I am a body-positive, sex-positive, and theologically-trained psychotherapist with a person-centered, non-judgmental approach. I work primarily with those who are struggling with anxiety, depression, self-esteem, gender/sexuality concerns, and theological trauma.
Are you grappling with your sexuality and spirituality? Wrestling with your identity or self-esteem? Relationship or singleness woes?
Hello, I am Myron Krys (short for Krystopher), PhD (ABD). I believe therapy is a journey toward connecting to your True Self. This means interrogating life-limiting-beliefs and reframing false narratives.
Coming from a strength-based approach, I believe you already have the necessary tools inside of you to thrive. Our work together will be to excavate those hidden gems, dust them off, and let them shine. Inevitably, we will tap into sensitive spots and drudge up unresolved matters, yet, you can know that I will be right there with you, empowering you to embrace what wholeness and healing entails for you.
Whether you have been in therapy for years or you are nervous about coming into the therapeutic space for the first time, I am here for you. If you are ready to go on this journey together, reach out today. I am excited for who you are becoming!
Until we speak, BGTY (Be Good to Yourself)!
Education and Training
Myron Krys Florence, PhD Candidate, is finishing his PhD in Pastoral Theology, Personality, and Culture (clinical track). He received his clinical training at the Center for Religion and Psychotherapy of Chicago (CRPC) and Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary. He also received his Advanced Certificate in Self Psychology and Religion from CRPC. His primary focus lies at the intersection religious/theological trauma and sexuality in BIPOC communities.