Christina is currently pursuing her master's degree in marriage and family therapy at California State University, Northridge. Before starting her master's degree, Christina completed her undergraduate degree in political science and has several years of experience serving as a district representative for a State Assembly Office. She believes individuals are impacted by their society, culture, and context and is committed to addressing the unique intersection of a client's identity.
Christina strives to provide a culturally sensitive environment and the skills, awareness, and knowledge to allow clients to empower and advocate for themselves. Her therapeutic style is informed by a systems perspective, as well as narrative and postmodern approaches.