Christine Lombardo, Mental Health Counselor

Christine Lombardo is a Master’s Level clinician who graduated from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Widener University. Christine currently leads the evening adult intensive outpatient program in Havertown, PA. She also works with individual clients in Sanare’s outpatient program.

Christine has experience working with individuals of all ages in various mental health settings. She has worked as an outpatient clinician at the Center for Brief Therapy and as a behavioral health consultant at PCOM’s Family Medicine clinics. Christine has also facilitated educational group workshops related to health and stress-management goals. She specializes in treating clients struggling with depression, anxiety, communication issues, chronic pain, and adjustment disorders. Christine utilizes an integration of cognitive behavioral therapy, positive psychology, motivational interviewing, and acceptance and commitment therapy to help clients achieve goals and live more meaningful lives. She strives to provide clients with a safe and supportive space to engage in self-exploration and personal growth.

Christine firmly believes in fostering strength-based treatment by focusing on empowerment and supporting personal autonomy with clients. Her favorite part of working in the field is helping clients recognize their strengths, gain motivation, and discover new ways to engage in values-based living.

Christine applies an interdisciplinary approach to wellness by recognizing how multiple life domains interact to affect an individual’s physical, psychological, and spiritual experience. In her free time, Christine enjoys exploring local state parks and hiking trails, acrylic painting, eating sushi, and spending time with her three cats Emmi, Oliver, and Mowgli.