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Christine Therapy in Barcelona Collaborating Therapist in Her Own Words

CHRISTINE

CRISTINE

I believe every individual has unique strengths that empower them to find positivity and direction.

Fill in the intake form if you need support.

Hello!

I’m Christine, a therapist fascinated by millennial mental health.

The first time I came to Barcelona it was for work and I happened to meet my now partner, also an expat in Barcelona.

At that point, I was working remotely for a NYC based crisis service and helping to launch it around the world. Eventually though, I had to move to London which implied a lot of travelling back and forth between London and Barcelona.

Now, I’ve come to make sunny Barcelona my home.

BA Psychology; MA Education (Ed.M.) Counselling and Clinical Psychology; MA Counselling & Clinical Psychology; Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC); British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy Member (BACP)

What does working with me feel like?

I build an authentic connection with you. So we can explore together to help unpack and meet new parts of you.

I offer warm positive energy. To allow you to feel comfortable right away and feel non-judged.

I listen to you. To try and understand your perspective, how you see life through your lens.

I provide a supportive environment. I help you uncover your abilities and empower you to free yourself from debilitating cycles.

I watch out for destination addiction. We concentrate on finding happiness in the now instead of in the next job, next city or next relationship.

Who do I work with?

Expats and immigrants from all over the world with a wide range of issues

Adults, adolescents and couples, young adults and millennials:

Pressures of perfectionism  |  Career uncertainty  |  Dating relationships (including high stress dating app culture) |  Unclear sense of purpose | Relationship challenges  |  Family conflict  |  Loss and death  |  Depression | Addiction | Anxiety 

And more.

I felt psychology to be the only career where I could always learn new things.

Because I believe that if you listen to people and their stories, you learn: new ways of experiencing life, new perspectives…

There is no one mould for how people should live.

Later, having experienced firsthand the power of therapy, while still studying, I knew I’d chosen the right path. To learn skills so I could share that gift with others

That was more than a decade ago. Since then, I have received two master’s degrees in psychological counselling and clinical counselling psychology from Columbia University in New York City. 

I have also had the chance to work in a variety of clinical settings including private practice, crisis counselling, mental health technology, community outpatient mental health, and university counselling centres.

So, how did I know psychology was my vocation?

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details that shape me as a person and therapist

My friends nick-name me “genuine hype-man”. I always cheer on others and see the best in them.

My favourite way to relax is listening to podcasts and wandering around the city.

I think coffee is incredible. I enjoy trying and making new coffees like drip coffee or french press.

Let me share a tool to create clarity about what a more meaningful life looks like for you

Ready to discover your unique strengths and empower yourself towards positivity and direction?

Fill in the intake form and our Intake Coordinator will contact you within 24-48 hours.

As an expat you are forced to face many new parts of yourself, which is exciting because, although you struggle, you can constantly grow.