Dr. Virignia Krolczyk has over 20 years’ experience in the Michigan public school system. First as a teacher than as a middle school/high school counselor. She is also a professor at Siena Heights University where she instructs classes pertaining to child development and counseling theories. Approved by the State of Michigan to supervise Limited License Professional Counselors (LLPC) she has many supervisees she is helping prepare to become professional counselors. Previous experience includes outpatient mental health therapy.
Dr. Krolczyk received a doctorate degree from Walsh College, an education specialist degree from Wayne State University, a master’s degree in counseling from the University of Detroit Mercy, and a bachelor’s degree in education from Central Michigan University.
Dr. Krolczyk is an advocate for educational reform having previously given testimony in Lansing and publishing her first book “Student Capital; Investing in Kids and their Needs.” This book speaks to the correlation between the educational downfall by theorizing a superficial curriculum has increased anxiety, opioid abuse, and school refusal (available on Amazon).
Her expertise is people; offering empathetic listening, unconditional positive regard, and hope. Assisting individuals in acquiring a balance between mind, body, and soul helps with stability which often leads to accomplishment. It is this sense of accomplishment that can restore happiness.