Kristin Malat, MA, LMFT
Kristin Malat, MA, LMFT is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in working with children, families, and couples. Kristin has worked in the mental health field for over 3 years and has experience working with populations in a residential drug treatment program, diversity within a school setting, and families dealing with divorce. She has experience working as a case manager with foster care at the Department of Social Services, Children's Division and providing case management to adults dealing with co-morbid mental illness. Kristin practices as a structural therapist out of the evidenced based systemic perspective. She utilizes play therapy techniques within the systemic perspective. As a structural therapist, Kristin works with families, individuals, and groups on re-organizing the system structure and re-defining boundaries to help maintain or develop a healthy balance within the relationships that make up the system.
Christina Woehlke, MA, LPC
Christina Woehlke, MA, LPC is a Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in attachment and relationships. Christina has eleven years of experience working in a variety of therapy settings, including residential, outpatient, school, and community based. She launched her private practice through Psychology Today, offering in-home services and consultation for individuals and families. Christina practices a relationship focused approach to parenting and healthy conflict management in all relationships. She does not emphasize behavioral management through reward and punishment, but through exploration of relationship impact. She believes that people do well when they have the right skills. Christina takes a culturally sensitive approach to all ethnicities, religions, and cultural backgrounds and has also worked extensively with the LGBT community.
Judy Bauer, MA, LPC
Judy Bauer, MA, LPC is a Licensed Professional Counselor who specializes in working with families and children. She has provided office-based individual counseling as well as in-home family counseling and case management services since 2010. Her work experience as a therapist includes BJC Behavioral Health and Family Solutions for Kids as well as her own business, Hope for Families STL. Judy believes that the parent-child relationship is of utmost importance, and also understands that it can be plagued with challenges that sometimes require outside assistance. Her goal is to help family members work through hard situations to improve their overall quality of life, equipping them to move forward with greater hope and confidence. In addition to her career in counseling, she also holds a degree in Economics from Vanderbilt University, had a real estate career in Alaska, and received her Master's degree from Covenant Theological Seminary. Judy loves assisting others and raised two children of her own. She understands the obstacles parents and children face today and has a passion for helping all family members overcome them. Judy is able to assess the family system, identify barriers to happiness and communication, and guide clients toward greater life enjoyment.