Dr. Christina Grange is a clinical psychologist specializing in assessments and therapeutic interventions to promote child development, adolescent adjustment, and family well-being. She has worked with children and families in various capacities for the past 15 years – as an educator, home-based therapy provider, and outpatient clinician. Her approach to service delivery is grounded in the understanding that all individuals and families have strengths and struggles. The goal is to promote strengths, while empowering people to recognize, understand, and adaptively manage life’s challenges. Dr. Grange works towards this goal with sensitivity to the context in which people live and how those factors affect her client’s daily lives.
She received her Ph.D. from Virginia Commonwealth University after completing her pre-doctoral clinical training in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Illinois – Chicago. She has a B.A. in Education and an M.S. in Community Psychology from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. In addition to her work in clinical practice, Dr. Grange enjoys serving as an assistant professor of Psychology at Clayton State University.
Dr. Grange is committed to community service and enrichment. She is a board member, specializing in curriculum development and training, for the Slater Foundation, Inc. She is also a board member and president elect (2016-2018) for the Metro-Atlanta Chapter of the Association of Black Psychologists. She works with organizations across the country as a master trainer for the family-centered youth risk reduction program, Strong African American Families (SAAF), based out of the University of Georgia’s Center for Family Research. She truly enjoys serving her community and supporting others in their effort to do the same!