Dr. Krysztofiak has been faculty at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology since 2012. He has taught several classes in the Psy.D. program including Statistics I, Statistics II, Professional Development, and Basic Intervention: Humanistic-Existential. When teaching, he strives to make course material applicable to real-world situations and encourages students to think critically about various aspects of clinical psychology. In addition to teaching, Dr. Krysztofiak assists students with dissertation research and academic advisement.
Regarding his clinical experiences, Dr. Krysztofiak has worked in a variety of mental health settings, such as substance abuse, inpatient, community mental health, and private practice. He completed his predoctoral internship at Loudoun County Mental Health, a site part of the Mid-Atlantic Internship Consortium. After his internship, Dr. Krysztofiak did his postdoctoral residency at a private practice in Northern Virginia, where he continues to provide therapy and testing to children, adolescents, and adults.