Christina Ingram Bio

Psychologist II, Coordinator of Practicum Training
 
I am excited to be a part of the Texas A&M University community and support students as they develop their life goals and actively grow into who they desire to be. I see therapy as a relationship context for the client that offers empathy and support in which the client can discover within himself or herself the capacity to use that relationship for growth and change. I recognize the strength inherent in diversity, and I take into account the context of clients’ presenting concerns, knowing that their experiences are often born with the impact of social and institutional influences.
 
I feel very fortunate to have found a career that I love and that feeds my passion for learning and connecting with others. When away from the office, I enjoy spending quality time with family, friends, and my handsome Labrador retriever, traveling, reading, running, and eating Tex-Mex as often as possible.
 
Academic Training:
Ph.D. Counseling Psychology, University of Memphis
M.S. Mental Health Counseling, Central Washington University
B.S. Psychology, Pacific Lutheran University
 
Internship:
Student Counseling Service, Texas A&M University
 
Licensure/Certification:
Licensed Psychologist, Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists, No. 37498
 
Area of Special Interest:
Identity development, diversity/multiculturalism, sexual orientation and gender identity and expression, relationship issues, psychological assessment, and training/supervision.
 
Theoretical Orientation:
My approach to counseling is grounded in a multicultural and social justice framework. Specifically, I work from a humanistic-constructivist perspective with an emphasis on interpersonal-process and emotion-focused approaches
 

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