Christine Carrothers

Christine is a Licensed Professional Counselor who provides therapeutic counseling to school-aged children, adolescents, and adults. Her focus for providing quality care is to establish a safe space to allow her clients to do their best work at learning positive self-image, healthy self-care, and safe boundaries. Christine helps her clients form their own goals to meet their best version of themselves. Christine utilizes an eclectic approach pulling from family systems, attachment, client-centered theories to find the best techniques for her clients to do work in sessions that can be applied successfully in their lives. Christine has over a decade of experience working in education, social service, and private practice. Her career experience has provided a wide scope of knowledge with foster care and
adoption as well as private adoptions and the adoption triad. Her own personal research and experience include transracial adoption and managing biofamily reunion. Additionally, she has experience supporting victims of domestic violence, the LGBTQIA community, children of trauma, women, racial and ethnic minorities, and those with race and identity concerns.

Christine graduated with a dual Bachelor of Arts degrees in Psychology and Sociology and a specialization in Social Inequality from the University of Michigan. She received her Master of Arts in Counseling from Oakland University completing both the School Counseling certification
as well as the Community Counseling program.

Comments are closed.