Christine Yu, R.C.C.
Christine is currently a third-year doctoral student in the Counselling Psychology program at UBC, and a practicum student at Cornerstone. Also a Registered Clinical Counsellor, she has worked extensively in the field of anxiety, both as a researcher and a practitioner.
Christine enjoys working in a fun and collaborative way with children, teens and their families to increase confidence, resilience, and social-emotional well-being. She is particularly interested in providing CBT to treat social anxiety, phobias, anxiety with comorbid ADHD, OCD, tic disorders, and selective mutism.
In addition to her clinical work, Christine aims to increase awareness and promote mental health literacy in the community. She joined Anxiety Canada’s Scientific Advisory Committee as a doctoral student member in January 2018 and remains an active member of the BC Association for Clinical Counsellors. She is also a graduate of the International OCD Foundation Pediatric Behaviour Therapy Training Institute.