Christina Romano, MA, LPCC

Hello, I’m Christina

Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate

I have a passion for helping people embody and cherish their truest selves and develop long lasting, healthy relationships. In therapy, my goal is to partner with clients to help them achieve their personal goals and move towards their most fulfilling life.

I am a Colorado native and have lived in the Denver area my whole life, with the exception of completing my undergraduate degree in South Carolina. While I enjoyed my time in the South, I could not wait to live close to the mountains again. My family owns an Italian restaurant, so we love to bond over cooking and enjoying delicious meals. In my free time, I enjoy trying new restaurants, reading a good book, watching movies, volunteering, and trying a new creative project like painting or jewelry making.

Relate Family Therapy & Counseling | Centennial, Colorado

Hello, I’m Christina

Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate

I have a passion for helping people embody and cherish their truest selves and develop long lasting, healthy relationships. In therapy, my goal is to partner with clients to help them achieve their personal goals and move towards their most fulfilling life.

I am a Colorado native and have lived in the Denver area my whole life, with the exception of completing my undergraduate degree in South Carolina. While I enjoyed my time in the South, I could not wait to live close to the mountains again. My family owns an Italian restaurant, so we love to bond over cooking and enjoying delicious meals. In my free time, I enjoy trying new restaurants, reading a good book, watching movies, volunteering, and trying a new creative project like painting or jewelry making.

The most important thing to me as a therapist is that my clients feel safe to be fully themselves. I strive to provide an empowering, nonjudgmental setting for children, teens, and adults alike. I hope to help my clients identify ways in which their beliefs, thoughts, or behaviors have been keeping them stuck from the life they want to be living.

I enjoy working with tweens and teens. As kids move into the teen years, having an outside source of support in therapy can help them understand their perspective better. With the work, I can help to give the tweens and teens a place to share what they are feeling and want for the future with their parents.
  • Master of Arts Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Denver Seminary
  • Bachelor of Arts in Experimental Psychology, minors in Education Counseling and Spanish from the University of South Carolina Honors College
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
  • Motivational Interviewing/Substance Abuse Therapy
  • Narrative Therapy
  • Attachment-based
  • Brainspotting/Trauma-informed

I decided in 8th grade that I wanted to be a counselor after I realized that I loved being able to talk to people about the real, deep things going on in their lives. Since then, I have been passionate about helping people of all ages develop healthy relationships with themselves and others. In the past I have worked with court ordered clients and facilitated substance abuse and domestic violence offender groups. I am trained in Brainspotting, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for children, Domestic Violence Offender treatment, and Substance Abuse/Addiction treatment. I am also trained in Prepare and Enrich, which is a curriculum, used for pre-marital and couples counseling.

Adults often overlook their own needs until they are in crisis. I hope to have clients that know they can come to me for non-judgmental support and maybe even a laugh or two. Working through previous trauma or dealing with something that is currently going on can be empowering. Helping someone that hasn’t felt that support in the past can provide such a positive impact on the person’s life.