Christine takes a nonjudgmental but direct approach with her clients while providing an emotionally safe environment to explore their thoughts and feelings.
She believes that therapy can be fun, and uses her unique sense of humor to keep clients present and engaged.
Christine uses a combination of therapeutic methods such as cognitive behavioral therapy, family systems therapy, mindfulness and solution-focused therapy. She enjoys helping clients explore their childhood family dynamics and generational patterns of behavior that may be impacting them, even years later. This allows her clients to pinpoint old patterns of behavior that were useful to them in the past but may not be any longer. By bringing awareness to these patterns, clients can find freedom from them and can move forward into making the changes they want for themselves.
Christine earned her Master’s in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling from the University of South Florida. She has experience working with survivors of sex trafficking and complex trauma as well as depression, anxiety, stress management and family difficulties.
Christine has received training in Dr. Q Trauma Resolution Treatment.
She enjoys spending time with her husband and two kids, reading, hiking and watching hockey.