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Christina Corwin, ma, lmft

Christina has worked in the mental health field since 2005 and welcomes working with children, adolescents, adults, and families. Christina works to form a partnership with her clients to develop and foster growth. She considers relationships to be an integral part of our lives and takes a systemic approach to the therapeutic process. When working with children Christina values the caregiver/child relationship and has caregivers be involved though out the course of treatment. 

Areas of Interest include:

         Attachment                                          EMDR

         Trauma                                                Play Therapy                                     

Adoption                                             Children (2-18)                                 

Parent/Child Relationship                   Difficult life changes                          

Anxiety                                               Reunification Therapy                        

Divorce Concerns                               Mindfulness                    


Christina also offers trainings/presentations for communities and other professionals. Some of the topics she presents on are:

  • Anxiety and the parent child relationship
  • Anxiety in schools
  • Trauma
  • Play therapy
  • Adoption/foster care concerns
  • Domestic abuse and mental health
  • Self Care
  • Sexual assault and abuse
  • Mindfulness

For more information about upcoming trainings check out our what's happening page.


Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy - St. Mary’s University - Minneapolis, MN

Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice - Minnesota State University-Moorhead, MN


40-Hour Family Mediation Training - Mediation Center/Hamline University


Minnesota Association for Marriage and Family Therapy

American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy

Association for Play Therapy

Minnesota Association for Play Therapy

International Association of Trauma Professionals 


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