Christina Puterbaugh, M.S.
Works with: Children, Families, Parents, Couples, Individuals
Specializes in: Children and Families, Crisis, Trauma, Anxiety, Depression, Social Skills Impairments, Anger Management/Emotion Regulation, School related concerns, Self-esteem, Transitions, Parenting, Personal Development, Grief & Loss, Suicidality
Christina particularly enjoys working with families. It is her belief that when a family can work together towards the same goal, they have the most success in therapy. Christina works best with families with pre-adolescents and adolescents. Christina engages her clients in a variety of ways, depending on the needs of the client. This includes traditional talk therapy and experiential techniques (drawing, play, writing, music, etc.).
Christina’s experience includes working with individuals, families, couples, parents, and children in order to treat symptoms related to anxiety and depression. She also has experience assisting individuals coping with social skills impairments, anger management & emotion regulation, school related concerns, self-esteem, personal development, and grief & loss.
Christina enjoys playing tennis, traveling, reading, and listening to music.
Clinical Approaches: Play Therapy, CBT, Solution Focused, Motivational Interviewing, Family Systems, and Acceptance & Commitment Therapy
Degree: M.S., Virginia Tech