Kristin Juergens, Psy.D.
B.S. University of Wisconsin, 1984
M.S. Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology, 2001
Psy.D. Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology, 2005
Kristin Juergens, Psy.D. is a licensed psychologist in the state of Wisconsin and a core faculty member at the Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology. She teaches cognitive and personality assessment at both the masters and doctoral level, supervises therapy and assessment cases, serves on dissertation committees, and works closely with TAs and post-doctoral students. In addition, Dr. Juergens has been involved as an examiner for the standardization of the WAIS-IV and other psychological assessment instruments.
Prior to pursuing her full time career in clinical psychology, Dr. Juergens enjoyed a 25-year career in sports medicine, treating Olympic, world class, collegiate, high school, and professional athletes and dancers. In addition to her work at WSPP, she is also the company psychologist for the Milwaukee Ballet and has a small private practice treating adults and adolescents with a variety of presenting problems. Dr. Juergens’ clinical interests with performing artists include the emotional impact of long-term injury recovery, barriers to emotional vulnerability, performance issues, and bereavement around career loss and transition.
Dr. Juergens holds a clinical faculty appointment at the Medical College of Wisconsin in the department of Orthopaedic Surgery and is a member of the American Psychological Association, Wisconsin Psychological Association, and the International Association for Dance Medicine and Science.