Everybody knows what it’s like to feel anxious–the butterflies in your stomach before a first date or the way your heart pounds if you are in danger.
Christine C. Cantrell
… has a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and 30 years of counseling in the fields of pastoral ministry, grief and psychotherapy. She is fully licensed as a psychologist in the State of Michigan. She also has an MA in Divinity (M.Div.), was an ordained pastor of 2 churches, and was a grief counselor with local hospices. She has practiced psychology in area clinics since 1993.
Christine C. Cantrell, PhD – Training
Trained in Humanistic and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dr. Cantrell is eclectic in her approach to psychology, using a variety of techniques to assist clients in reaching their goals. Specially trained in the area of spirituality, Dr. Cantrell is also trained in therapy for grief and HIV/AIDS. She has specific training in several Energy Psychology techniques, including HeartMath’s EmWave and Freeze-Framer; Thought Field Therapy (Callahan Techniques) and Emotional Freedom Technique which are particularly helpful with anxiety, panic, and phobias, as well as depression.
She works with the lesbian, gay and bisexual and transgender community and issues relevant to those experiences.
Dear Christine My wife has been taking some medication recently that is clearly helping her anxiety and OCD, however, she developed a noticeable twitch in (her) eyes. Fluttery blinking, more in one eye than the other so it’s very noticeable to people. She see seems unaware of it and so far I haven’t brought it […]
Dear Christine, So this girl left me a couple of months ago and I can’t get her off my mind. I think about her constantly and she says I make her sick to her stomach. I really think she was the one and I loved her like I’d never been hurt before. I don’t take […]