Christina Cowger, LMFT
In addition to her extensive counseling experience, Christina has spent decades researching and lecturing on the topic of mind-body theories, quantum therapy techniques, experiential processes in trauma recovery, psychopharmacology, and addiction. Her years of working with individuals, couples, and groups inspired and informed her development of the BioEmotional Recovery™ process.
Christina was an integral force in developing a relationally based women’s residential program where she spearheaded the clinical track and served as the Clinical Director. This program dynamically addressed attachment and relationship challenges, integrating cognitive and experiential methods.
Her teaching and lecturing venues include Stanford University, Kaiser Permanente, California Pacific Medical Center, Dominican University, Sonoma State University, and groups such as WAAT (Women’s Association for Addiction Treatment), CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders), the Nevada Osteopathic Association, physician groups, and addiction treatment centers. Christina is a CE provider in California.
Christina received her undergraduate degree from Syracuse University, studied Health Education at CIIS, and received her master’s degree from Sonoma State University. Christina is in the final stages of her book, which will be published next year.