Christie specializes in helping young adults and teenagers navigate today's challenges and find long-lasting fulfillment. She developed a wellness curriculum for students that was adopted by several American colleges and universities, which was recognized in the 2019 U.S. New & World Report Best Colleges Guidebook. Christie is skilled in relationship dynamics and values establishing strong relationships with clients in a safe, confidential, and compassionate environment that accommodates clients' needs and preferences in therapy. With strong perception and articulation skills and the ability to reveal and inspire significant hope, Christie utilizes a strengths-based and solutions-focused approach to supporting clients in improving their awareness, insight, and actions to augment their sense of peace, purpose, optimism, and resilience.

Licensed Professional Counselor

Christie Versagli, LPC

  • Author of "THRIVE: A Guide to Individual & Collective Well-being" (2018)

  • Instructor, Johns Hopkins University, THRIVE well-being curriculum

  • UPenn, Positive Psychology Center, World Well-Being Project, Director of Web Development

  • Instructor, F&M College, THRIVE well-being curriculum

  • College Counselor, F&M College and Ursinus College

  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Trained

Credentials:
  • Positive Psychology

  • College Counseling

  • Students

  • Teens / Teenagers

  • Young Adults

  • Anxiety & Stress

  • Purpose & Life Goals

  • Self-Worth & Self-Esteem

  • Mild Depression

  • Faith-Based Counseling

  • Career Coaching

  • Couples

  • Parenting

  • Relationships

  • Narcissism

  • Narcissistic victim syndrome

Specialties:
Christie Versagli, LPC

Telehealth

Master of Science (M.S.)

Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Johns Hopkins University

summa cum laude


Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

Psychology

Trinity College (Hartford)

LPC License #PC013111

  • Chi Sigma lota, Lambda Chapter: International Honor Society for Academic and Professional Excellence in Counseling