Julie Krapfl, LMFT

Clinical Director

I have not forgotten how difficult it was to navigate the in-between of childhood and adulthood. I feel honored to be able to come alongside the students and provide guidance while they navigate this important stage of their lives. I believe that this stage of development is crucial in setting a person up for success in life. They are asking some very important questions of themselves, such as "who am I?", "what do I believe in?", "what is important to me?", and the answers to these questions will forever shift the trajectory of their lives. 

At 19 years old, I was asking all of the questions above of myself and struggling to answer them. I decided to take Pscyh 101. Up until this point I was seriously questioning if college was for me and then it all started to come together. I had a wonderful professor and the content of the class was so interesting that I actually read the text book front to back. From that point I was hooked and needed to continue to learn about how people work, and how to be of service to others.

I have an AS Psychology North Idaho College ; BA Psychology Arizona State University ; MS Family & Human Development Arizona State University ; Clinical License Marriage and Family Therapist 2014, Registered Clinical Supervisor since 2017. Areas of Expertise: Family Systems & Couples ; Anxiety ; Depression ; Executive Functioning Differences ; ASD ;


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