Christina Copeland, MA, MHC, LPCC

Christina received her B.A. in Sociology and Diversity Studies from St. Cloud State University and her M.A. in Mental Health Counseling from Walden University. She is currently license eligible and in pursuit of her license as a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. Christina has experience in providing adults, adolescents, children, and families with therapeutic services that are person-centered and strength-based. She has worked in a variety of foster care and long-term, community based programs, as well as crisis and substance abuse/recovery related residential treatment settings.

Special areas of interest:

ADHD, Addictions, Adoption, Foster Care and Attachment concerns, Aging and Lifespan issues, Anxiety, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Behavior Management, Cognitive and Developmental Delays, Corrections, Couples, Family and Relationship Dynamics and Communication Issues, Crisis, Abuse and Trauma related Issues, Depression, Divorce/Separation/Co-parenting and Dating and Blended Families, Emotional Regulation, Anger Management and DBT Skill development, Grief, Loss and Illness support, Independent Living Skills achievement, Multicultural and Diverse Populations, Personality related disorders, Physical Disabilities, Relocation adjustments, Severe and Persistent Mental Illnesses including Major Mood Disorders and Schizophrenia, Social Skills attainment, Traumatic Brain Injuries and Women’s Issues


To schedule an appointment call: 763.712.1903