Christina Schultz, MA

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  • Resident in Counseling, Supervised by Thomas Lamp, LPC
  • New Directions Counseling, 150 S. Washington St Suite 303, Falls Church, VA, Falls Church, Virginia, 22046
  • Phone: (571) 882-2925
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  • Session Fees: Reduced fees $70+ available via New Directions Counseling Group. Please contact for further information.
  • www.christinamschultz.com

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The heart of Meaning-Centered Therapy is to journey with you and support you to uncover and build meaning, wholeness, resilience, and healing. There is tension between striving for change and well-being, while knowing that our lives will never be without hardship and uncertainty. Whatever is making you believe that your life, work, and relationships are not good (be it bereavement, depression, anxiety, marriage, parenting, and life transitions woes), Meaning-Centered Counseling believes you can improve your source of purpose and change for an improved life and relationships. I am a Resident in Counseling, supervised by Thomas Lamp, LPC.

I support teens, adults, and couples coping with grief and loss, marital and premarital issues, caregiving, depression, anxiety, sex and/or porn addiction and infidelity, prenatal and postpartum depression and anxiety, and life transitions. 

I approach clients as a caring friend and collaborator helping clients uncover what they may control, how the past and barriers are impacting the present, and support clients to engage in the present through Existential Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Gottman Couples Method.

In August 2016, I earned my Pastoral Clinical Mental Health Counseling master's degree from Marymount University, in Arlington, VA. In April 2017, I attended the Association for Death Education and Counseling (ADEC) 2017 Conference where I completed the Intermediate Grief Counseling program and partook in numerous specialty seminars on topics of sibling grief, perinatal grief, loneliness, complicated grief approaches, caregiver approaches, and mindfulness approaches with grief.

In addition to Marymount, I have sought and received additional training on couples counseling (Emotion Focused Therapy and Gottman Method), adult and childhood bereavement support, grief counseling, men coping with anger and shame, healthy eating for emotional health, adults coping with eating disorders, mindfulness for ADHD children and couples, acceptance and commitment therapy, postpartum maternal mental health, trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy, and other important topics.  





Christina Schultz Reaches

Arlington VA