Christine Treski
Marriage and Family Therapist, CADC
Accepting: BCBS, Aetna, United Health Care and self-pay.

Christine Treski is a Marriage and Family Therapist working with couples, families and individuals.

She has treated a variety of issues such as anxiety, depression, addiction/codependency, parent-child conflict, and living with chronic mental illness. She enjoys working with couples through conflict/crisis, infidelity, addressing family of origin dynamics, building emotional intimacy, and navigating divorce as well as blended family and co-parenting concerns. She works with people from all walks of life, respecting and incorporating spiritual, sexual, and cultural contexts in treatment.

Christine is an adaptive and interactive therapist who values collaboration and feedback with her clients. Her session style is focused on problem-solving, skill building, positive coping, and gaining insight. She draws from a variety of evidenced-based disciplines, with a fundamental belief that the world around us is both shaping who we are and is a reflection of ourselves – when individuals alter the way they interact with others, their world, and themselves, the process of change begins.

Christine received her Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology with a specialization of Marriage and Family Therapy from National University in 2011 preceded by a Bachelor Degree from Ohio University in 1998. She gained professional experience working in private practice, community agencies, employee assistance programs, and substance abuse treatment programs. She is also skilled in group therapy, motivational coaching, and critical incident stress debriefing. Christine has post-graduate training in Bowen Family Systems, Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. Christine is also a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor.

Christine’s Specialties

Anxiety Disorder Depression Relationship Problems Alcohol and Drug Problems/Abuse Compulsive Behaviors Self-Esteem Development Anger Management Family Counseling Life Stage Adjustment/Transitions Emotional Maturity Work-Life Balance Alcohol and Drug Problems/Abuse Couples Counseling