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Dr. Krystal Humphreys

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Assistant Professor
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Bio

Dr. Krystal Humphreys is an Assistant Professor in the Clinical Mental Health Graduate Program at Midwestern State University. She graduated with her PhD from Texas Tech University in 2017. Her dissertation was titled "Discerning Generational Shifts in Child and Adolescent Susceptibility to Sex Trafficking". She is a licensed professional counselor in Texas. She has experience working in schools, partial-hospitalization for children and adolescents, sex trafficking safe houses, and women's clinics. Her primary area of research is sex trafficking. Other areas of research include Non-Suicidal Self-Injury, adolescent trauma, and children and adolescents in military families.

Institution Degree Graduation Date
Texas Tech University PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision 2017
Texas Tech University M.Ed. in Counselor Education 2012
Texas Tech University BA in Psychology 2007
Texas Tech University BA in Dance 2007
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Book Chapters

Humphreys, K.D., & Brown, D. (2020). Psychologically, sociologically, gender, and diverse based theories. Career counseling: Theory, practice, and application. San Diego, CA: Cognella.


Brown, D., & Humphreys, K.D. (2020). Counseling diverse populations. Career counseling: Theory, practice, and application. San Diego, CA: Cognella.


Hicks, J., Aimenoho, E., Humphreys, K., & Brown, D. (2020). Cognitive, Happenstance, and social learning theories. Career counseling: Theory, practice, and application. San Diego, CA: Cognella. 

Journal Articles

Humphreys, K.D., Le Claire, B., & Froeschle-Hicks, J. (2019). Intersections between pornography and human trafficking: Training ideas and implications. Journal of Counselor Practice, 10(1), 19- 39. 


Humphreys, K.D., Risner, W., Froeschle-Hicks, J., & Moyer, M. (2016). Non-suicidal self-injury: Cutting through the pain, VISTAS, 44, 1-13.


Humphreys, K.D., & Zesiger, J. (2016). Guiding through life stressors: Utilizing solution-focused brief therapy and sandtray as a counseling approach with military teens. Journal of Military and Government Counseling, 4(1), 54-64.