Christopher does radio, podcast, and television interviews on subjects related to psychology, healthy relationships, stress-management, and addiction recovery in modern life as well as presents to groups large and small. He applies his 30 years of real-world experience as a psychotherapist, writer, and teacher as well as shares anecdotes from his own personal trials and tribulations to capture his audience and provide them with a clear message that's understandable and relatable. To interview Christopher or bring him to your next conference or event, please contact him here
THROUGHOUT HIS CAREER
Christopher has presented at a variety of national health care conferences on the effectiveness of Mediation and Meditation and Relaxation techniques in preventing and treating chronic diseases such as cancer. He has also been a frequent lecturer at The Betty Ford Center and other healthcare facilities on the Treatment and Prevention of Substance Use Disorders, and of Mood Disorders (depression and anxiety). In the realm of education, hIs graduate lectures at Chapman University focused on Cognitive Behavior Therapy (controlling mood disorders through thought) and Abnormal Psychology (understanding and treating severe emotional/mental illness). He has also presented workshops and lectures on how to effectively engage in Healing Relationships with addicted family members based on his extensive work with families of addicts.