Chris is a dedicated and compassionate case manager who brings a unique blend of academic knowledge and practical experience to his role. Chris has a background in psychology, ethnic studies, and marital and family therapy, obtaining a bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado Boulder and a master’s degree from California State University, Dominguez Hills. He has gained valuable experience working as a therapist, providing support to individuals facing diverse challenges such as domestic violence, anger management, anxiety, depression, sexual offenses, and trauma. Drawing from a solution focused approach, Chris empowers clients by highlighting their unique strengths and resources, helping them overcome obstacles and achieve their goals. He is dedicated to making a positive impact and guiding clients to create meaningful change in their lives.