If you’re here chances are you’ve been doing your best to handle things on your own but have been contemplating seeking help for quite some time. I get it, no one has the perfect road map to guide them through life. And no, you are not weak. We just can’t be all things all of the time. Finding joy in life after the murder of a loved one it feels impossible when you’re trying cope daily without their presence. Learning to love yourself or even thinking of loving someone else again is hard when love has caused pain.
I’m Christina, and I am here to help. My pronouns are: she, her and hers. I work with women who are ready to define themselves beyond their pain but are currently struggling. My definition of women includes not only cis women but also trans women, non-binary folks, and all members of the LGBTQIA+ community. My clients struggle just like you and everyone else. Despite being high achieving, well-educated and career driven, life is hard. But you know sometimes, the strongest people need assistance with life's unexpected events. I want you to be able to find ways to truly live in this world and not just exist. I want you to find a way you want to continue your loved ones’ legacy. I want you to be able to look in the mirror and know that you are deserving of healthy love. I want you to know that you are fierce, unstoppable and capable of healing. I want you to have time for things in life that matter to you other than others opinions on grief and love. I want to work with you towards discovering the version of yourself that you envision.
I am an avid book reader, nature lover, and an amateur yogi. I am passionate about helping all women heal and am especially passionate about the healing Black women and women of color. I also stand firm in creating a safe, trauma-informed space for members of the LGBTQIA+ community.
Licensed Certified Social Worker Clinical
Licensed Clinical Drug and Alcohol Supervisor
Advanced Trauma Treatment
Roper Victim Assistance Academy
Internal Family Systems