Christina Hernandez, LMFT Associate
Supervised by Faith Ray, LMFT-S Lic.# 1782
Christina was born and raised in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex but now calls San Antonio home. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Disorders with a minor in Child and Family Studies from Abilene Christian University in 2015. Then shortly after, she earned her Master of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from ACU in 2020. Her specialties include providing professional, goal-focused counseling services for child and adolescent therapy (ages 6-18), couples therapy, family therapy, and individual therapy.
She has acquired experience helping clients build coping skills to reduce and manage anxiety, depression, grief, facilitate self-exploration, overcome marital conflict, adjust to major life changes or family transitions and improve upon parenting techniques. Specifically, during her time with the Irving Family and Advocacy Center, she gained experience working with victims of crime and their families to overcome histories of trauma abuse. She takes a relational approach to therapy by exploring her clients' strengths and family dynamics for positive change.
As our communities change, these new elements or factors might change our relationships, children and families. Therefore, she strives to help you navigate these unknown roads and help you along your journey. During her free time, you can find Christina spending time with friends and family, camping, watching movies, cooking, traveling or staying active playing with her dog. Christina practices at our North Central San Antonio location and has daytime and evening availability.