About Christle Henzel, M.S., LCPC
Ms. Henzel has extensive experience in working with children and adolescents with mental health and learning needs. She holds a Master’s Degree in School Psychology and Licensure as a Clinical Professional Counselor in the states of Maryland and Pennsylvania.
Ms. Henzel has worked as a school psychologist serving students from grades K- 12 for thirteen years. She has also worked as a licensed professional counselor in both the state of Maryland and Pennsylvania for over six years practicing equine assisted psychotherapy and talk therapy. She specializes in addressing learning disabilities, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, grief, relationship issues, self-esteem and anxiety disorders. She uses a variety of evidenced based treatments such as cognitive behavioral therapy in her individual and group counseling sessions.
Ms. Henzel has taught professional development classes and presented at an international conference on the subject of Bullying. In addition she has presented on topics that include Test Anxiety and Selective Mutism. As a means to promote Drug and Alcohol awareness for adolescents and young adults, she recently wrote and directed a play entitled “Addicted” that has been and continues to be performed locally.
Ms. Henzel practices based on the belief that all individuals have the resources within themselves to make positive changes. She works with her clients collaboratively, providing a safe non-judgmental space to explore problematic behaviors, and negative emotions. Together she works toward finding and achieving wellness.
John Hopkins University Baltimore, MD (2007)
Post Graduate Certificate in Clinical Community Counseling
College of Saint Rose Albany, NY (2002)
Master of Science/ School Psychology
Potsdam College Potsdam, NY (1998)
Bachelor of Arts Psychology/English