Christine Heinisch LPC – Counselor & Psychotherapist
…to help you discover your resources and see clearly your strengths and challenges.
As a long time (22+ years) practitioner of both meditation and postural yoga, I know first-hand the exploration potential of mind-body practices.
I earned my Bachelor’s degree from Shimer College, a great books Socratic dialogue college in Chicago, IL. Shimer, was instrumental in informing my understanding of communication and group dynamics. While at Shimer, I read Martin Buber’s “I and Thou” which had a profound impact and gave me a glimpse of an expanded notion of self. Reading Buber led me to the study of contemplative practices. The application of critical thinking methods I learned at Shimer, helped me to understand and view some of the contemplative traditions I would encounter later.
I received my Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Adam’s State University in Colorado. It is here where I learned to form effective relationships with my clients. Research shows that the relationship between client and therapist is of utmost importance.
Individual Psychotherapy & Counseling
One-on-one sessions to help you explore personal challenges and strengths. Depth psychotherapy for when you want to explore further.
From time to time I offer groups to help you feel supported and understood by those with whom you share similar challenges.
Explore therapeutic meditation and simple postural yoga with a mental health and trauma informed practitioner.
Teaching & Speaking
Have a group or organization that would benefit from learning more about wellness and meditation? Contact me to discuss your needs.