Well Being

In this journey of life, no one gets from birth to death without struggle.  Though we may have more resilience with some experiences over others, life is about contrasts- love/fear, well/ill, creation/destruction, whole/splintered, happy/sad, peace/chaos and on and on.  To know one is to know the other.  At times it can be useful to pause and take stock of where we are, where we've been and where it is we wish to go.  Therapy can be a useful tool if you are seeking guidance on your path. After 15 years of doing this, I can see that my primary role is in helping people get back to themselves. I want to remind you of who you really are.  That is my calling and my job. We will not only create space for you to share your story and your struggles, but to also overcome them and start to look towards what is to come in the life you'd really love to be living.  

Commonly Treated Issues

General anxiety and panic
Mood disorder
Emotion regulation difficulties
Identity and roles
Grief and loss
Lack of motivation/feeling stuck
Social anxiety
Gender Identity
Difficulty with change
Positive growth
Life skills
Self care

Counseling Prices
50 Minute Session- $100

This page provides information about in-person private practice therapy sessions with Krista Jarvis in St. Louis, Missouri.  If you are outside of this region and can not travel there for services, it is recommended that you seek a therapist in your area. 

If you need to find a therapist near you here are some resources that may help:

Psychology Today- www.psychologytoday.com can be a useful resource for a mental health therapy provider search.
Insurance- If you are insured it can be useful to seek out a provider directory through your insurer either through their website or a phone number located on the back of your insurance card. 
AASECT- The American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists- www.aasect.org can be a great place to find a professional certified in sexual health.

If you or someone else is in physical danger in the US, dial 911 on your telephone. 
If you or someone else is in a non-physically threatening crisis and need someone to talk to call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline in the US at 1-800-273-8255.