Christy Song is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. Christy received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from The University of Texas in San Antonio Texas, where she pursued additional training in sexuality, relationships, and culture, while also minoring in Sociology. She was accepted to Our Lady of the Lake University to pursue her Master’s Degree in Psychology, with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy. During this time, she pursued internships with specializations in substance recovery, family reunification, transitional-aged-youth in foster care, and sex-and-gender-based-violence. Christy is currently pursuing her PhD in Marriage and Family Therapy at Nova Southeastern University. Since moving to Florida, Christy has gained experience with inpatient mental health care, crisis intervention, as well as at-risk-youth in the legal system.
Therapy is managed from a one-session-at-a-time perspective, working with clients to discuss and process what is impacting their lives at the present moment. While operating from this perspective, Christy likes to work with client’s strengths to find the best fit for the client, while also respecting the client’s cultural background and needs. Working with Christy is based on the client needs, so therapy is personalized to the client, and can operate from multiple models in order to best meet the client where they are at and help them get to where they want to be.
In her free time, Christy likes art, theater, music, cooking, and reading. She has recently presented Workplace Effects on the Therapist at Life Changing Conversations in Houston, Texas in 2019