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Christa Brennan

  • Oregon
  • Provides confidential online counseling through BetterHelp

About Christa Brennan's service

Christa Brennan, a licensed Creative Arts Therapist (LCAT, ATR-BC, CADC II, LPC), brings over a decade of experience in Mental health and Substance Abuse to her practice. Specializing in trauma, existential crisis, identity issues, marriage and family, stress, anger, grief, loss, and addiction, Christa is passionate about integrating neuroscience into her therapeutic approach. She has pursued training in EMDR, an effective treatment for PTSD, and seeks to incorporate ancient wisdom practices in her work. Christa is LGBTQ* affirming and an advocate for social justice. She believes in co-creating an authentic space with her clients, where they can meet as equals. Christa holds a Masters from the College of New Rochelle and has served on the board of the New York Art Therapy Association. Outside of her practice, she enjoys watching stand-up comedy, solo backpacking, hiking, and making art. In 2012, Christa developed Broken Bowl, an experiential art therapy workshop inspired by the Japanese philosophy of Wabi Sabi and the ancient practice of Kintsugi. She believes that healing lies in embracing and making the best of what we have, and she is committed to helping clients unlock their innate

Areas of Focus and Specialization

Additional areas

Therapeutic approaches

Languages Spoken

  • English

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Years in practice

11 years

NPI number


License Details

OR LPC C5401

License: LPC


License number: C5401

Expires at 2023-09-30



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