Krystle M. Davis,
Visionary and Founder

Krystle M. Davis is the Visionary and Founder of I Still Love You (ISLY) Wellness & Therapy. In her current role as a lead clinician, she is dedicated to assisting individuals to navigate through the transitions of life through therapeutic interventions, promotion of self-care, and building and redefining healthy relationships. Krystle was born and raised throughout Essex County, New Jersey. She began her professional career as a youth counselor at a group home for adolescent youth. In this position, she learned that her service to her community will be through her commitment to empowering youth and individuals. With the burning desire to do more in life, she quit her job, packed her things, relocated to Washington D.C.. and attended Theeeee Howard University where she graduated with a master’s degree in social work.

After working and interning with organizations and businesses Krystle used her skills and knowledge to fill a void that many lacked. Using a combination of education and knowledge coupled with the public interest, company’s views, and specific issues, she provided services to organizations and businesses with a specialty in non-profit and community events.

Currently, as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Krystle works with pre-teens to adults experiencing life transitions as well as provides clinical supervision to provisional licensed social workers and counselors. As a Certified Yoga Instructor, Krystle works with communities and individuals to introduce yoga as coping and self-expression. Krystle continues to have an ongoing devoted passion for working with individuals, schools, and organizations in urban communities.

Krystle attends Montclair State University as a doctoral student majoring in Family Science and Human Development with a research interest in Strong Black Women Schema. She also serves her community as a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Inc. and the National Association of Black Social Workers Inc. Her goals and aspirations are not limited as she uses her current experiences to continue to grow, learn, serve, and be a service to others.