Christina Walker, MS, LPCC


Christina Walker has been working in the mental health field since 2015, both in the US and abroad. She enjoys helping people with various challenges, including depression, anxiety, stress management, attachment injury/trauma, career decision-making, relationship concerns, faith and values integration, and multicultural concerns. Creating a warm, judgment-free environment where students feel comfortable to come just as they are is essential to her. Christina utilizes humor and directness to help students glean helpful insights to improve their mental health. She is trained in several therapeutic approaches, including dialectical behavioral therapy, trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy, post-induction therapy, assertiveness training, spiritual integration, and internal family systems. Christina values a holistic and collaborative approach, working with students to create practical goals and work together toward meaningful progress. No lectures, just help.


Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor

Trained in Suicide Prevention


BS in Psychology, Evangel University 2013

MS in Counseling Psychology, Evangel University 2015


Specialties & Expertise:

  • Mental Health