Christine specializes in Art Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder/Trauma, depression, anxiety, addictions, relationship issues, behavior issues, autism, ADHD, eating disorders, self-harm behaviors, dementia, psychosis, traumatic brain injury, and other health disabilities.
She has worked with clients ranging from 2 to 90 years of age, in the following mental health environments: inpatient and outpatient hospital treatment programs, residential treatment programs, school-based programs, and private practice settings.
Christine’s passion is to help and empower people. Embracing a multimodal approach, she determines which process works best for each individual, assisting them in re-exploring the balances in their life, for example, mind, body, and spirit.
Christine earned a master’s degree in Art Therapy from Mount Mary University in Milwaukee, WI.
What would I say to someone considering therapy or counseling for the first time?
I’m so happy to meet you and excited that you have already taken the first step! I like to assist people in establishing new one-day-at-a-time goals to help them feel empowered, less stressed, and more confident and aware.