Krystal Boothe, owner of Wings of the Future, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She has been in the Mental Health field for almost 15 years and there is nothing that she finds more rewarding in her career then using her expertise to help people identify and overcome trauma from childhood. She believes it is this trauma that has impacted so many people’s lives and has found it to be the primary reason for emotional dysregulation in many of my patients.
The Mission of Wings of the Future is to facilitate the healing process of marginalized families from trauma so that they can emerge into functional family systems. Their mission is carried out by psycho-educating our families about the correlation between attachment trauma, domestic violence, addiction, mental health, and dysfunctional family relationships. They specifically accomplish our mission by providing various culturally specific parenting groups, psychotherapy groups, individual psychotherapy/ counseling, couples and family therapy, consultations as well as trauma groups and workshops in the community.
Our families are typically involved in the legal system which includes: Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS), Family Court, Probation, or have court-ordered treatment. We aim to assist our families with developing the skills necessary to create healthy and rewarding relationships. To ensure our families receive consistent and effective treatment we incorporate the Core Practice Model (CPM), Five Protective Factors Model, and include their Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Score which helps better inform our clinical treatment. We believe these models embody the treatment values of Wings of The Future and are the key to positive long-term results for our families. Families learn how to minimize attachment trauma or heal trauma as well as effectively cope with grief and loss, mental illness, or other family stress. Families also learn to set and maintain healthy boundaries, grow and develop inter-personally and psychologically through the therapeutic process. In Individual, couples, and group psychotherapy, participants come to appreciate the uniqueness of their families and discover new ways to develop their family’s full potential. We have seen individuals and families make progress such as have their children returned, DCFS cases closed, or receive more time with their children including 50/50 custody.
COURT APPROVED TREATMENT THERAPY SERVICES: Individual Psychotherapy /Counseling, Family Reunification Therapy/ Mental Health Assessments.
GROUPS: Breakthrough Parenting Classes, Domestic Violence Classes for Victim, Substance Abuse Groups, Anger Management Group, Co-parenting Groups, Nurturing Parenting Groups and Sexual Assault Victims Groups. Random Drug Testing.
COACHING: 1-on-1 Trauma Coaching, Relationship Group Coaching