MEET THE DIRECTOR/OWNER
Ms. Christine Galli, LPC, LSATP, NCC
Ms. Christine Galli, LPC, LSATP, NCC has been in the mental health & substance abuse counseling field for over 35 years, working with Young-Adults (specialty population 18–26-year-old) and adults and both male and female population.
Post-Master’s Certificate-Community Counseling- John Hopkins University-Baltimore, MD: October 2000
*Master’s of Education (M.Ed.): Counseling Education
Virginia Commonwealth University - Richmond, Virginia: December 1995
*Bachelor’s of Science, Rehabilitation Counseling: Concentration in Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation: Virginia Commonwealth University - Richmond Virginia: May 1987
LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS
Licensed Professional Counselor, (L.PC.) 2001
Licensed Substance Abuse Treatment Provider (L.S.A.T.P.); 2003
Certified Substance Abuse Counselor, (C.S.A.C.); 1987
Reality Therapy Certified (R.T.C); 1993
Certificate for Forensic Juvenile Competency Evaluation -2004
National Certified Counselor (NCC-237553) 2008
Christine Galli has dedicated her profession to the healing of individuals who suffer from Addictions and mental illness (Co-Occurring Disorders). The onset of her professional journey beginning in 1986, developed and evolved through different levels of care, from residential, intensive outpatient programs (IOP), outpatient services, to education programs in the public high school system.
Her experience has provided the ability to navigate between community systems i.e., Juvenile & Domestic Relations Court, General District and Circuit Courts, Pre-trial/Probation Offices (local, State and Federal), VASAP, Judges, Attorneys and Department of Health Professionals, allowing the most effective advocacy for her clients.
Additionally, she collaborates with medical professionals, Inpatient and Partial hospitals, Residential treatments, and an array of community therapist to provide a holistic approach to wellness.
Christine philosophical belief is that Addiction/Co-Occurring Disorders destroys the mind, body, and spirit and the only path to wellness is focus on “Healing Souls and Saving Lives”.