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Christine Ellis

Christine Ellis


22 years of experience

Please note: All sessions are conducted in ASL (American Sign Language) only. There will not be any verbal interactions during the appointment. Thank you for taking the time to consider working together. I am a deaf licensed clinical social worker that specializes in working with the Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Deaf Blind, CODA/SODA's (Children of Deaf Adults, or Spouse/Partners of Deaf Adults) and the interpreting community. By incorporating a holistic approach with specific focus on the mind-body-spirit, I will meet you where you are at, and assist you with figuring out the next steps to take in feeling more whole again.

What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?

During the first few appointments, we will work together while I gather information on what you are seeking and hoping to get out of your sessions. Therapy is all about you, and what you need in order to lead a more fulfilling and functional life.

Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.

As an intuitive person, I'm here to support you on your life's journey by offering tools or tips that might be beneficial to you. Every individual is unique, whole and complete. Sometimes we have a hard time acknowledging this part and embracing who we are. Perhaps you need extra support or creative tools to help navigate where you are at this moment in life. If you are seeking holistic approaches with an emphasis on spirituality, in order to release old energies on your healing journey, you've come to the right place. Reconnecting with yourself is part of the process.

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My treatment methods


Integrative therapy is application of multiple approaches by recognizing and understanding your uniqueness in figuring out the next steps going forward. The application of mind-body-spirit connections allow for the flexibility to discover multiple ways to heal different parts of yourself.