Krystal Boothe’s Mission to Heal Trauma Around the Globe

Krystal Boothe’s Mission to Heal Trauma Around the Globe
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By: Joshua Finley

Only the strongest individuals can take the hardships and trauma they faced in life and spin them into something that will positively impact others. But that’s exactly what licensed therapist, author, and seasoned wellness coach Krystal Boothe has done. “I understand how long-lasting trauma is,” she shares. “I want to help others overcome their past hurts like I did.” 

Growing up, she faced numerous challenges that left deep emotional scars. “I experienced a lot of trauma in my childhood and early adult life,” she shares. These experiences led to feelings of disconnection and pain that she carried with her for years.

Despite these hardships, Krystal found the strength to seek help and begin her healing journey. “I reached a point where I knew I needed to change my life,” she recalls. Through a personal relationship with God, therapy, self-exploration, and a commitment to personal growth, she was able to confront her past and heal her wounds. This transformation inspired her to help others do the same.

A Global Mission

Krystal’s mission extends far beyond her private practice. She is committed to spreading her message of healing and empowerment across the globe. “Everyone deserves to heal and live a fulfilling life, regardless of where they come from or what they’ve been through,” she says. She has worked with numerous organizations and communities, providing workshops, seminars, and one-on-one sessions to those in need.

Her impact is not limited to in-person interactions. Krystal has also authored several books on healing and emotional wellness, which have reached a wide audience globally. These books provide practical advice and compassionate guidance, offering readers the tools they need to embark on their own healing journeys.

Practical Steps Toward Healing

Healing can seem like an impossible feat, but Krystal is intentional in helping her clients heal through practical steps that can be implemented into their daily lives. One such step is developing emotional awareness. “People know what they want in their careers and what they expect from others, but they often ignore the old feelings lingering in their bodies,” she says. “That’s the trauma that needs to be dealt with.” 

When people are disconnected from their feelings and leave past trauma unresolved, this can manifest as stress, anxiety, and even physical ailments. Krystal teaches her clients to take time each day to check in with their emotions through simple practices like self-empathy exercises and journaling. These quick activities help clients reconnect with their feelings and begin the process of addressing them. “Emotional awareness, authenticity and vulnerability are crucial steps toward healing,” she says.

Professional Experience and Contributions

Krystal’s extensive professional experience has made her a respected figure in the field of therapy. She holds a degree in psychology and has completed numerous certifications in specialized therapeutic techniques. Her approach is both evidence-based and deeply empathetic, ensuring that her clients receive excellent care. Because of her personal experiences, she can relate to her clients on a deep level. 

“I believe in the power of vulnerability and authenticity,” she explains. This philosophy underpins her work and guides her interactions with clients. By encouraging people to be honest with themselves and embrace their true feelings, Krystal helps them uncover the root causes of their trauma and begin the healing process.

A Vision for the Future

As Krystal puts it, “Healing is a journey, not a destination. It’s about finding the courage to face your emotions and the compassion to care for yourself along the way.” Her story and mission can inspire and empower anyone struggling with trauma, showing that healing is possible and within reach.

To learn more about Krystal Boothe and to get a copy of her books, visit her website at

Published by: Martin De Juan


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