Christine Lewin, CAADC, LPC


Christine has a BA in Psychology from Temple University and an MA in Human Services Psychology from LaSalle University. Christine is a licensed professional counselor in Pennsylvania and has her advanced certification in alcohol and drug counseling. She has over 20 years’ experience working in the behavioral health field. Christine has worked in both inpatient and outpatient settings with a mixture of populations to include children, adolescents, and adults. She has experience working with individuals struggling with both mental health and substance abuse issues. Christine has an eclectic and holistic approach to working with clients struggling with addiction. Her multifaceted approach addresses the unique needs of each individual. Christine believes that one size does not fit all and thus she is able to use multiple techniques to meet clients where they are. Being a person in long term recovery affords Christine to utilize her education and her personal experiences to help clients find their path on their own journey of recovery. She uses a person centered strength-based approach to working with clients along with CBT techniques. She values the experience of seeing clients use their darkest moments as their greatest assets to gain freedom from substances and help others.

"Everyone has strengths, and when you can locate them and learn to utilize them appropriately, this can help build healthier individuals and healthier relationships"