Meet Christine

Christine has worked in the field for nearly a decade, working in a variety of capacities with children, teens, parents/families and individuals with intellectual disabilities. Christine has a passion for assisting clients in identifying and building on their personal strengths.  

Christine specialized in working with children ages 3 and up, teenagers, individuals with Autism and other intellectual disabilities, parents, and families. She specializes in behavior modification, anxiety and depression, relational/communication issues, family therapy, life transitions, and body image/self-esteem issues.

Christine is experienced in and employs the following types of therapy: Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), behavior modification techniques based on applied behavior analysis, Family Systems Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Psychoeducation in order to facilitate to each individual client’s needs.

Christine is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and received her Master of Social Work at Loyola University, Chicago. Christine has received certifications in both Dialectical Behavior Therapy and The Skills System. Christine is diligent about continuing her education through attending various lectures, workshops, and trainings to continue to expand her therapeutic perspective.

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