Christina M. Zandi, MA, LMFT



Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist #48716
714-260-4193

Chapman University, CA – Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology; Marriage and Family Therapy
BIOLA University – Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT)
International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals (IAEDP)

Specialties
– Anxiety – Codependency
– Depression – Peer Relations
– Adult Children of Alcoholics – Trauma and PTSD
– Coping Skills – Grief
– Self-Esteem – Eating Disorders
– Spirituality – Anger

Christina Zandi is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in individual, couples and family therapy. She has over 8 years of experience as a therapist working with a wide spectrum of clients and disorders in multiple settings.

In addition to private practice, Christina provides therapy to children and adolescents in special education programs within Santa Ana School District. She is also working as an on-call therapist for Center for Discovery with their eating disorder population at the Residential, Partial and IOP programs. She provides Clinical Supervision to MFT trainees and interns at Spare Counseling. She has supervised and coordinated an Full Service Partnership program in Long Beach which worked with at-risk youth. She has also been involved with Kids First, a non-profit organization which provides group therapy and psycho-education to families going through separation or divorce. She helped to create, launch, train and consult for a Peer Counseling program at a Christian church. She has over 3 years of experience working with Department of Mental health agencies both as an Outpatient Therapist and as a Clinical Supervisor of MFT and ACSW Trainees and Interns.

Christina is an insight-oriented therapist who integrates Psychodynamic, Attachment, Interpersonal and Cognitive Behavioral Therapist which she tailors to fit each client. With compassion and understanding of relationships, she works collaboratively to help each client overcome their unique set of obstacles and attain personal growth and wholeness.