Christian, Psy.D., MA

During my undergraduate years, I  studied East-West psychology and learned how Buddhist practices such as mindfulness meditation facilitated in healing and personal growth. Since then, I have been a mindfulness practitioner for a decade with a background in Vipassana meditation and non-dual contemplative practices. Mindfulness meditation has transformed my life, my relationships, and my work in so many ways. It continues to inspire and inform the healing work I do with others. I am continually amazed at the mysterious and wild unfoldment of this life in each one of us and it is my honor to be a witness to that journey. 

  • MA Master of Arts in Transpersonal Psychology

I received a MA in Transpersonal Psychology at the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology in Palo Alto, California. Transpersonal psychology integrates the spiritual as well as transcendent aspects of the human experience through East-West modalities of modern psychology. 

I received a Psy. D. in Clinical Psychology, Spiritually Oriented degree at Sofia University in Palo Alto, California. Spiritually Oriented Clinical Psychology integrates approaches of humanistic and transpersonal psychology within the traditional clinical psychology model. 

  • Psy. D. Doctor of Clinical Psychology, Spiritually Oriented