Christine Anderson

Clinical MSW Candidate

Christine is a student at Stony Brook University, working toward obtaining her Master’s degree in Social Work. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Public Justice from the State University of New York at Oswego in 2008. Christine has since gained experience working with individuals who have suffered loss and trauma as well as those suffering from anxiety, depression and other severe mental health issues. Throughout her career, Christine has also worked with individuals facing psychiatric crisis, substance abuse issues, traumatic brain injuries, the homeless population as well as the forensic population, mostly post-incarceration. Christine focuses on mindfulness and uses a client-centered approach while working with clients, but can easily adapt her approach based on the client’s needs. Christine strives to help individuals with improving their lives by overcoming the struggles they have faced. Christine brings a wealth of knowledge in regard to linking individuals to other external mental health/substance abuse services and housing programs throughout Long Island. Christine always provides a non-judgmental, safe space while working with her clients and she is very passionate about helping individuals make a difference in their lives.

Supervised by: Christina Piche, LCSW, BCD
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