Christina Wall

Christina Wall

Professional Counselor Associate


I specialize in helping Highly Sensitive/Intuitive People, especially those feeling stuck at midlife or are struggling with body image.

Client Status

accepting clients



Mailing Address: 14845 SW Murray Scholls Dr

Suite 110 #405

Beaverton, 97007

At a Glance


Rate: $150

Provides free initial consultation

Provides telehealth services

Practicing Since: 2016

Languages: English


  • Individual
  • Group

Insurances Accepted

  • Out of Pocket

My Ideal Client

Highly Sensitive People (HSP) make up a 15-20% of the population. It's not a disorder or a weakness. In fact it is estimated that 50% of all people in therapy possess this trait, so there is a 50/50 chance right off the bat that you might be an HSP! As an HSP you are meant to do great things. Your trait is here for a reason and your superpowers make you very valuable. Therapy provides the roadmap to understanding yourself and designing your life in order to take advantage of your gifts.

What I Specialize In

I specialize in helping Highly Sensitive/Intuitive People, especially those who feel stuck at midlife or are struggling with body image, to transform anxiety, overwhelm & self-blame into the clarity, self-esteem and personal authority to create a fulfilled, purpose-driven, soul-centered life. The middle years can feel like everything is crumbling, even though from the outside nothing has changed. Many HSPers start to recognize that they can not continue living in the same way that they have. They notice feeling irritated at everything and everyone, that there is always an unending stream of people (and animals) that need something from them. They are the ‘go-to’ person at work and likely at home too. I help HSPs find peace with their bodies using a non-diet, weight neutral approach to food based on permission, allowance, self compassion and trust. Together we look your relationship to food and your body so that you can rediscover your own power and sense of self worth.

My Approach to Helping

Depth Therapy is based on the psychology of Carl Jung and believes you have a conscious and an unconscious life. The unconscious can be running the show without your knowledge. In this type of therapy I guide you through a process to help you access self awareness and inner wisdom as we gently uncover the parts of you that need conscious healing. We work from the inside out & we always uncover without shame or blame. This is how we start becoming more of who we are & less of who we are not.

Issues I Treat


  • Self-Esteem External link

    Shame seems to be baked into our consciousness, as an almost virtuous thing we are told we should feel and work to make up for. But you are not here to prove you are worthy of being a human, you already are. The journey is not to be ‘enough’, but to realize that you are and always have been. We don’t work to fix our ourselves, we work to discover and cherish our true selves, our most authentic selves and our most authentic lives.

  • Body Image Issues External link

    Many of us started dieting at 10 or younger and have been on some sort of diet or “lifestyle plan”ever since. It feels like dieting is the only option if you ever want to accept yourself (or be accepted). But there is a different way, a way that can reconnect you to the wisdom of your body and free you to pursue your dreams. I help people find peace with their bodies using a non-diet, weight neutral approach to food based on permission, allowance, self compassion and trust.

  • Aging Concerns External link

    Mid Life Crisis! Feeling stuck, disillusioned and purposeless when you are supposed to feel only gratitude sucks. You have no energy, you're crabby all the time, and nothing really matters. It's not just anxiety or depression, it's your life/soul calling you to grow. Midlife gives you the challenge of realigning to a new purpose. The problem is we can't see the new purpose and meaning while the old is still hanging around. I help support and guide this process.

  • Anxiety External link

    In therapy we can start with some tools that will help to alleviate some of your suffering as soon as possible. Cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness are excellent, evidence based practices that are effective with anxiety. After some tools are in place we will start to go deeper and see where the anxiety may have originated. We will focus on your feelings, behaviors, and thoughts. and goals as well as exploring values, purpose and passions.

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