Schools and Licenses:
Eastern Michigan University
B.S. in Social Work
Colorado State University
M.S. in Social Work
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (2017)
Christina Titcomb, LCSW
therapist and clinical social worker
Whatever your reason for seeking therapy, my mission is to help you achieve balance and fulfillment in your life. I pledge to provide a warm and supportive space for you to attain goals, facilitate growth, and learn new skills. As someone with an unbiased perspective on your life, I can help you understand yourself better by bringing fresh eyes to your situation. Through our therapeutic relationship I can help you work through uncomfortable feelings, emotions, and experiences in a safe place. With empathy and compassion, I can help you find relief you didn’t know you needed.
theoretical approach to therapy and change:
What is important to me in our work together is that you are empowered in the treatment planning process from day one. With my guidance and your experience, together we will come up with a plan that best works for you to address the concerns you have. You are the one doing the work and I am the one coming along beside you to facilitate progress, so it only makes sense for you to have a say in what we do. I am trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), which is a trauma treatment, and is driven by the Adaptive Information Processing Model. I use person-centered and trauma-informed approaches, as well as using strengths-based, culturally sensitive, family systems, mindfulness, and cognitive behavioral therapy as needed.
Experience and Training:
I have worked in many different areas in the mental health field, all of which provided me with the experience needed to work with you. Some of the specific areas I have worked in are hospice; helping with end-of-life decision making; helping individuals with immediate crises, at the local crisis center; volunteering with first responders during community disasters; and helping individuals with severe and persistence mental illnesses, in psychiatric facilities. I have specific training in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and use it when necessary to treat trauma and symptoms caused by trauma. I also have experience in working with individuals experiencing depression, anxiety, and other life stressors.
I am a Colorado native and apart from leaving for college for 4 years, Colorado remains my favorite place. My husband and I enjoy hiking, camping, traveling, playing with our dogs, and visiting with family and friends to recharge. I became a therapist because I am passionate about helping others and genuinely care about their well-being and quality of life. My hope is that I can help you in any way I am able.
Schedule with christina:
If you are looking to meet with someone who is empathetic and compassionate but will also push you towards the type of growth that only comes with doing the difficult work, then I would love to work with you. Contact us for a free 20-minute phone consultation, or book directly online with me now. Therapy is tough but it is the best investment you will ever make; you will not come out the same person you walked in as.