CHRISTINA RIVERS, SOU COUNSELING INTERN
Christina Rivers is currently a Master’s student in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Southern Oregon University. She received her Bachelor’s degree at Prescott College in Prescott, Arizona in 2016.
Since graduating, Christina has worked with clients who were on TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families), homeless clients, and undergraduate clients on an individual and group basis. She uses an eclectic approach, which includes Person-Centered, Gestalt and Psychoanalytic theories, along with mindfulness and other techniques.
In undergraduate school, she had an opportunity to work closely with a Gestalt mentor and believes that discovering and accepting all parts of ourselves can help us to feel more whole and less conflicted.
Christina trusts that we all have the necessary gifts and talents within us to reach our full potential; therefore, her approach is to help you rediscover your own strengths and self-efficacy. She is deeply compassionate and has a gentle, caring and accepting presence.
Former clients have described Christina as “supportive, kind, empathetic, patient, warm and an amazing listener”, among other attributes.
Whether you are dealing with trauma, abusive relationships, LBGTQ+ issues, low self-esteem, or various other struggles, Christina is eager to accompany you on your journey toward self discovery, true self love and empowerment.