Christina is a therapist for the Refuge Center for Counseling who received her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Trevecca Nazarene University and is working toward licensure. Christina is passionate about working with teens and adults who are dealing with life transitions, anxiety, depression, attachment, grief and loss, identity, and trauma.
Christina believes in the connection of the mind and body and uses techniques that helps the person learn to listen to their body to gain a better understanding of their symptoms. Christina uses an eclectic approach pulling from modalities such as cognitive behavioral therapy, cognitive processing therapy, mindfulness, Brainspotting, and core emotions to help people uncover the root of their distress and learn to manage it for greater quality of life. Christina believes that through awareness and self-acceptance a person can begin to heal from their past experiences and transform their lives.