Christina has been practicing for 18 years and is experienced in the treatment of depression, anxiety, trauma, crises, geriatric clients, gender issues and long-term mental illness. She also has a certification/training in cognitive behavior therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, crisis intervention and acceptance/commitment therapy. She received her Master’s Degree from UALR and is a Licensed Master Clinical Social Worker. Christina was born in Germany, is bilingual, loves her family of origin and her friends at the Hot Springs Family YMCA. She is an avid animal lover and note writer. She used to work nights in the Emergency Room at St. Joseph’s and loves to intervene in the midst of a tumultuous crisis situation.