Christina H. Chororos
Founder of Kairos Behavioral Health, Educator & Writer
Christina H. Chororos is an experienced therapist known for her expertise in empowering individuals with lifelong coping skills. As owner of Kairos Behavioral Health, Christina employs evidence-based approaches, including Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), to guide her clients towards emotional well-being.
Her specializations include aiding children in managing challenges such as ADHD, various forms of anxiety, OCD, eating disorders, and depression. She also focuses on individuals navigating life-altering events, such as divorce, grief, and other significant life-adjustments, and when useful, incorporates Bowen Theory into her sessions.
As the Director of the Department of Children and Adolescent Psychology at Hellenic Therapy, Christina is committed to enhancing the mental health of young individuals. Beyond her clinical work, she shares her insights and expertise as a contributing writer for tapinto.net and has been a prolific columnist for iPain Magazine.
Christina graduated with honors from Lynchburg University, holding a Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Education. Currently pursuing her Masters of Social Work (MSW/LCSW) at Rutgers University, Christina is continuously expanding her knowledge and skills to better serve her clients.
If it is determined it will better serve a client, Christina adds a unique touch to her sessions with her trusty therapy companion, Winston, a Pekingese dog, whose presence provides comfort and solace.
In every facet of her practice, Christina is a beacon of support and empowerment, guiding individuals towards better mental health and a brighter, more resilient future.