My Approach to Helping
Christina Arceri is a psychotherapist who tailors her practice to each client, whether child, teen, adult, or family. She aims to provide a safe, calm environment that allows her and her clients to form a genuine relationship, collaborate on mutual goals, and identify the barriers keeping them from living their most fulfilling life.
Christina’s practice draws from a variety of approaches. She works primarily using client-centered theory with various CBT, DBT, feminist therapy, and psychodynamic interventions when appropriate.
Christina has focused on obstacles such as low self-esteem, anxiety, depression, family conflict, trauma, emotional regulation, relationship struggles, life transitions, and behavioral issues in a variety of settings. From her experiences, she is able to address concerns for every individual’s varying identity, culture, and background.
Christina practices from a health at every size approach and has received training in intuitive eating. She uses this knowledge to help clients reduce disordered eating and body shaming behaviors. She empowers clients to know that healing their relationship with food and their body is possible. Christina believes every body deserves to be liberated and loved.
Christina received a master’s in Mental Health Counseling from the City College of New York and a bachelor’s in Psychology from Long Island University.