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214-433-6433 xt 709


Licensed Professional Counselor - Associate
under the supervision of Toni Scalise, M.Ed, LPC-S, RPT-S
National Certified Counselor

• Person/Child centered therapy
•Play therapy
•Child behavior management/ emotional regulation
•Attachment Injuries / TBRI Practitioner
•Parent-child connection
•Anxiety and self-worth
•Trauma-Focused CBT



Christy is passionate about working with children, adolescents, and parents to cultivate a safe, compassionate space to foster growth. She believes in a developmental approach to counseling to meet clients where they are in order to build up self-awareness and acceptance together. Christy trusts in the potential and capacity for growth in everyone she interacts with.

Christy completed her undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Child Development at Texas Christian University where she studied Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) and became a certified TBRI Practitioner in 2023. TBRI is an attachment based, whole-child approach to fostering healing and empowering families.

Christy attained her master’s degree in clinical Mental Health at Southern Methodist University where she learned from specialized play therapy, activity therapy, family, and crisis/trauma counseling courses. Christy completed her internship experience at Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center where she implemented Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) to work with clients who experienced childhood abuse and relational trauma.

Christy joined Corbella Counseling in August of 2022. She offers flexible daytime and weeknight appointments. Christy currently serves children, adolescents, young adults, and parents. She is passionate about working together with her clients towards healing.

Get to know me:

Color: Forest green
Scent: Peppermint
Dessert: Caramel apples
Movie: Inside Out, Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour
TV show: Great British Baking Show
Place outdoors: Anywhere by the water
Hogwarts House: Slytherin
Enneagram number: 9, the Peacemaker
Books: Dibs in Search of Self, the Body Keeps the Score, the Mirror Visitor
Ways to support her mental health: Quality time with loved ones, being active, investing time in her hobbies

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