CHRISTY MANOHARAN, LPC
I have been working in health care my entire career in some capacity; caring for people and their needs is what fulfills my life. In 2002 I obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Sciences and Chemistry from Mesa State College, to pursue a career in medicine. After two years in medical school I decided to make a change and pursue a career in my personal life and family. I knew, however, this was not the end of caring for people, so I pursued a Master of Arts in Counseling at Colorado Christian University, and went in to counseling. I have been working in mental health now for 5-years, and have truly found my calling.
Currently, I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and National Certified Counselor. My focus is person-centered with a focus in trauma, and cognitive behavioral therapy, and I provide individual and couples therapy. I work with men and women of all ages who have dealt with a variety of mental health challenges such as anxiety, depression, bipolar, PTSD, etc.
My particular passion is working with women of all ages, to empower them as they deal with their unique mental and physical challenges, as well as those coming out of domestic violence and beginning their healing journey.
It is my belief that there is no “one size fits all” so, I take an eclectic approach to fit care and support to each individual or couple.