Adrianna Crossing, MA, TLLP
Adrianna Crossing is a fifth-year doctoral student in the school psychology program at Michigan State University. Ms. Crossing earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Auburn University in 2014. She earned her master’s degree in school psychology from Michigan State University in 2017.
She is currently completing her advanced practicum with the Center for Neuropsychology, Learning and Development. Prior to joining the team at the CNLD, she completed school-based practicum work in several school districts across mid-Michigan. Additionally, she has worked at Confident Kids Camp, a week-long therapy intensive for children with selective mutism, and at Head Start as a group therapist for preschoolers exposed to trauma. Throughout her training, she has enjoyed working with children of all ages.
Ms. Crossing’s clinical interests and experience are diverse, including mood disorders, trauma, adjustment challenges, social stressors, anxiety disorders such as specific phobias and selective mutism, and racism-based stress and trauma. When working with youth, Ms. Crossing employs a strengths-based, ecological approach that considers culture in all its forms and aims to support the whole child.
Currently, she serves a student member of the Committee for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in School Psychology at Michigan State University. Ms. Crossing also serves a member of the National Association of School Psychologists’ Social Justice Committee.