Christina Lorman is a licensed professional counselor and art therapist. She has her Master's degree in Counseling as well as Art Therapy from Ursuline College. Christina obtained her bachelor's degree from Kent State University with a major in psychology and a minor in fine arts.
Christina provides counseling as well as art therapy services in a relaxed and non-judgemental environment. She helps children, adolescents, and adults to cope with anxiety, depression, anger, and issues related to body image. Christina also works with clients with developmental disabilities and clients confronting medical conditions such as organ transplants, cancer treatment, and chronic pain.
Christina utilizes art in both group and individual therapy sessions to promote social skills, develop coping skills, increase self-esteem, support creative expression, as well as meet other therapeutic goals. Christina is supervised by Claire Campbell LPCC-S, ATR