Christine is currently is working on an M.A. in Marriage, Couple and Family Counseling at Regent University (anticipated graduation date, December 2021) and she received a B.A. in Spanish from Messiah College.
Christine’s work background includes experience as a home school teacher (preschool through twelfth grade) and volunteer experience with a home school co-op, where she located teachers and scheduled classes, among other duties.
Areas of Specialty:
Christine’s preference is to work with adolescents, women, couples and families. Her areas of interest include anger management, depression and anxiety, boundary issues, academic underachievement, ADHD, spectrum disorders, marital and premarital counseling, pregnancy-related issues, relationship issues, adoption and parenting, divorce, family conflict, chronic pain and insomnia, grief, and issues related to spirituality. Her therapeutic modalities include CBT, ACT, reality therapy, existential and family systems therapies, motivational interviewing, behavior modification, psychoeducational, mindfulness-based, narrative and faith-based counseling, as well as Solution-Focused Brief Therapy.
Christine sees clients at our Waynesburg location.