Supervised by Don Zablosky, LPC-S, LMFT-S
Christopher Washington is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate in the state of Texas. Prior to his formal clinical pursuit in the mental health field, Christopher has held active roles in both youth guidance and adult mentorship. Combining his experiences in group management, Christopher determined that the strength and keys to many conflicts revolved around communication. Whether it is internal self-talk or external interactions with others, it is the accuracy around how individuals interacted and interpreted these interactions that alleviates stress. Christopher cultivates an open space for individuals to be heard and uses various therapeutic modalities when working with teens, adults, couples, and families. Whether within the CBT/ REBT framework for individuals, a Systems lens for family dynamics, or other established modalities for work with couples, Christopher helps clients address negative internal messages they have created and navigate difficulties within relationships. Christopher sees his role in assisting along the path of insight and discovery as an honor to be a part of.
Christopher Washington earned his B.A in Business Administration from the Pennsylvania State University and M.S in Counseling from Southern Methodist University. He holds active affiliations with the American Counseling Association as well as the International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors. Christopher was also a Licensed Mediator in the state of Texas where he assisted in providing voluntary services with the Dallas County District Courts. Cultivating these experiences has allowed Christopher to assist clients with a multitude of presenting issues. Christopher has experience working with depression, anxiety, couples counseling, stress management, adjustment disorders, relationship issues, family conflict, and life transitions. Part of the passion that Christopher has towards counseling is to demonstrate the availability of the transformative work that therapy is to diverse communities and BIPOC populations that he has worked with.