M.S. in Marriage and Family Therapy — Northwestern University
M.S. in Speech and Language Communication Disorders — University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
B.A. in Speech and Language Communication Disorders — University of Michigan Ann-Arbor
Ms. Krefman is an engaged, active and collaborative therapist experienced in working with individuals, couples and families across the lifespan. Her approach is integrative in nature, incorporating several schools of therapy and tailoring interventions to best fit her clients' needs. In addition to clinical practice, she is an approved AAMFT Supervisor and enjoys mentoring students in training. She also holds a master's of science in Speech and Language Communication Disorders and left her early career as a speech and language therapist to pursue the field of mental health, which she is passionate about.
In addition to clinical practice and supervision, Ms. Krefman serves as an external relations liaison for The Family Institute at Northwestern, after having served on TFI's executive leadership team for many years in the role of senior vice president of Advancement. In her former role, Ms. Krefman oversaw all institutional advancement efforts and worked closely with The Family Institute's board of directors.