About Christine

Christine graduated from the University of Chicago’s School of Social Service Administration with a master’s degree in social work, focusing on clinical care and violence prevention. She has significant experience and training in trauma-informed care and anti-oppressive practice, and her work acknowledges the traumatic impact of systemic power and bias.

Christine has experience working with clients across the lifespan, as well as couples and families. With a trauma-informed perspective, Christine’s therapeutic work focuses on difficulties such as lack of self-worth, grief and loss, and relational conflict, as well as anxiety, depression, and difficulties with life adjustments. Christine enjoys supporting her clients in areas such as stress management, self-care, mindfulness, spirituality, emotional intelligence, healthy relationships, communication and setting boundaries.

Christine is known for creating a calm, relaxed environment that enables her clients to experience the safety and acceptance needed to explore their personal goals for growth, as well as the life hurdles that may be getting in the way. She also understands the courage needed to ask for support and respects her clients’ ability to work at a pace that is most helpful to them. Depending on her clients’ needs, Christine is willing to either support clients in developing insight into the impact of past experiences as a means of growth and change or focus primarily on solutions to current difficulties. Clients’ existing strengths and interests are utilized as a framework for continued growth.

Some perspectives that inform Christine’s practice include Psychodynamic theory, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing, Family Systems, Cognitive-Behavioral Theory, relationally focused, and strengths-based approaches. For those interested, Christine also enjoys integrating faith and spirituality into her work with clients.



25 E Washington Street Suite 1835
Chicago, IL 60602

hello@lifepaththerapy.org
Phone: (312) 940-3655
Fax: (312) 374-4966


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