Cristina Smolenak is an Liscensed Clinical Therapist in Southampton, Pennsylvania. Cristina Smolenak evaluates patients using many different procedures, in order to determine what treatments must be carried out in order to properly assess their symptoms.
Education and Training
Cabrini College BA 1999
Eastern University MA 2004
Cristina Smolenak, MA, LPC, NCC's Expert Contributions
You can always call Child line and you should not have to report your name. They should investigate. READ MORE
Ask your therapist for a recommendation for a psychiatrist. Talk with them about your concerns and thoughts. Make a list of all your symptoms with your current therapist to take to the doctor. READ MORE
Marriage counseling takes both to participate, work on understanding your stuff and he needs to do the same in order to work on the both of you. READ MORE
You can do both...talk with your primary about talking with a therapist and see if there is one they can recommend. They know his personality which can help finding someone he will hopefully connect with. Due to his age it may take several times speaking with someone. READ MORE
Speaking with a psychologist will be a good place to start. READ MORE
- National Board Certified Counselors
Professional Society Memberships
National Board for Certified Counselors
What do you attribute your success to?
Being open with clients and being able to travel the path with them.
Hobbies / Sports
Traveling, Skiing, Hiking, Yoga, Kickboxing
Cristina Smolenak, MA, LPC, NCC's Practice location
SOUTHAMPTON, PA 18966Get Direction
Southampton, PA 18966Get Direction
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