Christina Heymoss, MFTI
Christina is a graduate from Alliant International University’s marriage and family therapy program. She is currently a MFTI, a marriage and family therapy intern, in the process of obtaining her hours towards licensure. Christina comes from the metro-Detroit area of MI, having gotten her undergraduate degree in psychology from Michigan State University. She has a wide array of experience, including experience in bereavement, substance use, anger and domestic violence, individual, couples, and family therapy. Christina is especially passionate about working with eating disorders in the context of couples and family therapy.
Christina began working at Montecatini in November of 2015. She began her journey as a milieu therapist, running therapy groups throughout the day and spending evenings with patients at the residential homes. As a milieu therapist, Christina was available for crisis intervention as well as a listening ear for patients after hours. Throughout Christina’s journey at Montecatini, she began morphing into the role of a primary therapist. Christina views individual and relational problems through the lens of family systems theory. She finds herself very fortunate to be able to practice this psychotherapy with couples and families in family sessions at Montecatini.