Krystina Jones

Krystina Jones is an administrative/research associate for Crossroads Family Therapy. Actively involved in researching contemporary issues in social development and mental health topics, Krystina has written several undergraduate papers on the intergenerational transmission of maladaptive attitudes and beliefs of the acceptability of intimate partner violence.

Passionate about research in social development, Krystina has worked with parents designing home-school curriculum for grades K-8, has researched and written curriculum for Children’s Ministry specifically for children with special needs and social impairments resulting from parental substance abuse, and designed curriculum on Biblical character development and discipleship for adults. In 2013, Krystina created "Wholeness in the Making" a lecture series designed to teach and facilitate healthy communication styles and relationship restoration between individuals, couples and families.

Krystina currently serves alongside her husband pastoring a church in the Inland Empire. She is the Director of Women’s Studies, facilitates a weekly discipleship group for women, and is involved in mentoring young women in the church.

Krystina is a member of Alpha Sigma Pi, the National Leadership Society, and was named on the Dean’s List for her undergraduate studies at Southern New Hampshire University for the Spring 2013 and Fall 2014 semesters. A member of Psi Chi, the International Honors Society in Psychology, Krystina is pursuing a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Fuller Theological Seminary.

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