Khrystyna Misyuk is a licensed mental health counselor. She is a graduate of Teachers College, Columbia University, where she had received training in conducting clinical intakes as well as providing career and multicultural counseling to adult clients. Her previous clinical experience includes working in university settings, private practice and non-profit organizations, providing individual psychotherapy, group psychotherapy and psychoeducational services to individuals, ranging from young children to older adults. Khrystyna specializes in working with adults and children dealing with anxiety, ADHD, and mood disorders. In her work with clients, she practices from an eclectic approach, pulling strategies from various treatment modalities to form a treatment plan that is specifically tailored to the individual. She also has a special interest in multicultural psychology and counseling, and works with clients from different ethnic and cultural backgrounds. She believes that cultural issues, such as immigration, acculturation, bilingualism, cultural identity, and cultural stigma greatly impact one’s state of mind while also influencing their views of mental health and access to services. In her work she aims to help clients integrate various parts of themselves (race, ethnicity, gender, sexual identity, socioeconomic status) into one unique cultural identity.