Christine works with individuals, relationships, and families to create understanding, empathy, and communication skills that attune to the needs of her clients. She uses a collaborative, personal approach that aims to help clients find personalized solutions and live authentically.
Her background as an educator is evident, as she understands and explores the importance and impact trauma has on neurological, physical, and emotional human development. She strives to meet clients where they are, focusing on what’s working and what’s not, with an open lens of relationship constructs and dynamics.
Christine enjoys working with clients on self image and esteem, life transitions, sexuality and sexual issues, gender, orientation, and relationship issues. Clients are drawn to Christine’s empathic, warm presence, while she both supports and challenges clients through difficult times.
Christine Specializes in the following areas: Sexual Issues, including desire, arousal, and orgasm Communication Issues Relationship Issues Anxiety Depression Gender Issues Trauma Self-Esteem Life Transitions Grief and Loss
Christine works with the following populations: People in Relationships Adults of all ages LGBTQIA+ Populations of color (Christine values the complexity that exists within white and non-white identities)
Christine has a Master’s of Science degree in Marriage and Family Therapy with an emphasis on Sex Therapy from Thomas Jefferson University, and a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Early Childhood Education/ Special Education.