Christine Herzog – MS, LPCC, NCC
Christine has a Master’s degree from Nova Southeastern University in Mental Health Counseling. Her professional experience includes residential care with adults, in-home skills training with kids and family therapy and in-office counseling with kids and families. Christine has experience leading Autism day treatment programs and providing intake assessments to help determine appropriate services. Christine’s theoretical framework is eclectic and dependent on the individual or family needs. She uses a combination of client-centered, attachment theories, solution focused, family systems, strengths-based, behavioral therapy and cognitive-behavioral therapy techniques.Christine is experienced in providing support to children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, anxiety, depression, communication difficulties and intellectual disabilities. Christine has an interest in helping couples identify the strengths in their marriage and to re-establish more effective and positive communication methods. She believes in working collaboratively with the individual and/or family to identify goals and strategies that will lead to improved overall functioning and life satisfaction.
- M.S. - Nova Southeastern University
- B.A. - University of Tampa
- Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
- Minnesota Autism Center
- Agape Residential Treatment