Carol M Christensen
Marital and Family issues (Love Knot), Anxiety, Bipolar/Depression/Mood Disorders, Anger, Panic/Social Phobia, Boundaries/Codependency, Control issues, Grief and loss, Loneliness, Personal faith, Personality Disorder, PTSD/Trauma, Relationship issues.
Education and Training:
Bachelor of Arts Degree in Speech Communications from the University of Washington. Graduate degree in Bible from Multnomah College of the Bible. Master’s degree in Spiritual Nurture from Western Seminary. For over 20 years, Carol has treated a host of mental health issues, ranging from anxiety, depression, and mood disorders at Meier Clinics. All her therapy focuses on helping people gain the tools to achieve healing, growth, and personal development. Carol has authored the book Power Over Panic, Answers for Anxiety and has published over 60 articles included in a host of Christian magazines.
Background and Experience:
Carol gained mental health experience working at three inpatient hospital facilities. She served for ten years as the Executive Director of a national organization spearheading a team of professionals who formed an educational campaign addressing substance abuse, suicide prevention, and sexual issues that reached over a million students annually across the country. She has found these shattered relationships collide with relational dysfunction and mental health topics.
Special Interests and Services:
Carol created and continues to develop the intense Love Knot program for mending significant relationships, marriages, friendships, and family dynamics. Sessions are tailored to meet real needs, as Carol works jointly with each client to design a treatment plan consistent with their relational goals. Her weekly therapy groups also focus on practical skills where group members can put concepts into practice.
“I’ve learned more about my wife in one week of counseling with Carol, than in 20 years of marriage.” – a grateful client
Carol enjoys working with individuals, singles, couples, and families struggling with loneliness, anxiety, grief, and trauma, where these issues have the potential of disintegrating the family and destroying personal faith.