Christina Bradley, MS. Ed., DBT, REBT
Christina Bradley, MS.Ed. is an experienced mental health professional determined to serve people of all ages and backgrounds looking to improve their quality of life. She specializes in children and adults with anxiety, depression, relationship and family issues, intellectual/developmental disabilities, addiction/substance use, grief, enhancing interpersonal skills/coping skills, career direction, life transitions, and conflict resolution.
Christina is always embracing ways to deepen her skill and knowledge base to serve her clients excellently. She completed her undergraduate education at Drew University with degrees in Psychology and Spanish. Then went on to graduate top of her class at Rutgers University in Counseling Psychology. She practices psychotherapy with training in the following modalities: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) from the renowned Albert Ellis Institute of NYC, NY Child Abuse Identification and Reporting, and Suicide Risk in Adults: Assessment and Intervention.
Christina works diligently with clients to ensure their needs are understood and met in a way that supports long-term growth. She works closely with clients to build their skill sets, increase confidence, develop coping strategies, and connect with their true inner selves. It is essential to ensure the preparation of clients to face hardships through life while reaching their highest potential.
Christina takes a holistic humanistic approach focused on client-centered therapy. Her style focuses on clients’ needs, experiences, interests, and concerns as they change over time. Modules may range within Gestalt Therapy, strength training, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), guided discovery, role-playing, grounding, mindfulness, and restructuring thoughts. Since graduating, Christina has continued education in addiction assessments, diversity inclusion, and psychiatric consultations.