Christine Langley-Obaugh became a caretaker at the age of thirteen when her mother was diagnosed with cancer. In 1989, Christine was exposed to a trauma and furthermore, she understands what can happen when a trauma is not processed.
Christine holds her Master’s in Education in Community Agency Counseling from George Mason University. In addition, she holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Criminal Justice and Psychology from Radford University. Christine has served as a Bereavement Counselor and Medical Social Worker for Blue Ridge Hospice and as a Psychotherapist for Crossroads Counseling. Christine has trained under Kathryn McCormack-Chen, RN, LCSW, LSATP who is an advanced certified Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR) trainer and facilitator and who has treated trauma survivors, some of whom were at the Pentagon on 9/11. Christine is trained in both Life Stress Reduction and Traumatic Incident Reduction.
Have a look at Christine’s website called STREST.