Christina Stakely

(LMFT)

About Me

My desire is to help couples to learn healthy communication, build trust, and experience growth within the relationship. I hope to help couples be able to be more authentic with each other and with their families. I want couples to experience more joy and peace within their life. I have over 13 years experience working with couples. I grew up a Christian and currently attend church on a weekly basis. I provide faith integrated counseling in my outpatient setting and would love to also provide it to you. I enjoy working with service members/veterans and their families. I also enjoy working with adults with infertility issues and women or men who have experienced sexual trauma. I am a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. and as such systems oriented. I look at the whole person and the whole family. I encourage every client to grow in their faith and spirituality throughout the therapeutic process as they work on resolving the difficulties they experience.


Specialties

  • Stress, Anxiety
  • Relationship issues
  • Trauma and abuse
  • Intimacy-related issues
  • Parenting issues
Also experienced in:
LGBT , Family conflicts , Grief , Sleeping disorders , Anger management , Self esteem , Career difficulties , Bipolar disorder , Depression , Coping with life changes , Coaching , Compassion fatigue , ADHD , Attachment Issues , Codependency , Read more...

Clinical approaches:
Attachment-Based Therapy, Client-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Emotionally-Focused Therapy (EFT), Jungian Therapy, Mindfulness Therapy, Somatic Therapy, Trauma-Focused Therapy

Years of Experience: 13

Services Offered


  • Messaging

  • Live Chat

  • Phone

  • Video

Languages

English

American Sign Language


Licensing

LMFT #1145 (Expires: 2021-07-01)


Reviews

Written by T.E. on Dec 23, 2020 after counseling with Christina for 2 months

Christina is a blessing and I would highly advise her to anyone that has marital issues and that needs to comfort of someone with a biased opinion.