Specializes in addictions counseling using intensive and traditional counseling format.
Chris received his bachelors degree in Psychology from Williams College, and his Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Adams State University. As both a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a Licensed Addiction Counselor (LAC), Chris's heart and calling are to treat the whole person. Using client-centered therapy, he specializes in helping clients with addictions as well as those who face step-family issues. Practice-based evidence and client feedback are incorporated into sessions. Formational (heart) prayer brings healing to hurting places, and Chris facilitates this method of therapy on request. Chris's desire is to help clients walk in the freedom of Christ.
For the past six years Chris has worked full-time as an Addiction Counselor with clients at the Buena Vista Correctional Complex and also with CrossRoads Counseling's intensive and community clients on a part-time basis.