Christina Rivers received her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Southern Oregon University in Ashland, Oregon. Christina has worked with adult clients dealing with various types of trauma, clients referred to her from the local women’s shelter dealing with domestic violence, clients who are grieving traumatic loss, clients who were on TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families), clients struggling with addiction issues, homeless clients, and undergraduate clients on both an individual and group basis. She uses an eclectic approach, which includes EMDR, Person-Centered, Gestalt and Psychoanalytic theories, along with mindfulness, trauma-informed exercises, and other techniques. She has also received training from the International Association of Trauma Professionals. In undergraduate school, she had an opportunity to work closely with a Gestalt mentor and believes that discovering and accepting all parts of ourselves can help us to feel more whole and less conflicted. Christina trusts that we all have the necessary gifts and talents within us to reach our full potential; therefore, her approach is to help you rediscover your own strengths and self-efficacy. She is deeply compassionate and has a gentle, caring and accepting presence. Former clients have described Christina as “supportive, kind, empathetic, patient, warm and an amazing listener”, among other attributes. Whether you are dealing with trauma, abusive relationships, addiction issues, low self-esteem, or various other struggles, Christina is eager to accompany you on your journey toward self-discovery, true self-love, and empowerment.
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