Christine Wilke Ed.S, LMFT


Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
Christine Wilke

Licensed: Yes

License: Pennsylvania #MF000268

Expiration: 02/28/2017

Credentials: License

Institution: Seton Hall University

Certification: Imago Relationship Therapist

Certification Year: 2011

Institution: Seton Hall University

Graduated: 1999

In practice since: 2003

Sometimes life can be difficult. Everything may be going well and then we get thrown a curveball or two; someone gets sick, or your marriage starts to break down, or the stress at work gets to be too much. It can be confusing and sometimes overwhelming. How do you begin to sort it all out?

I believe the seed of the solution is within you. Together we can discover innovative ways to manage these challenges. We will build on the gifts and strengths you already possess to create the kind of life you want to live.

Christine Wilke Ed.S, LMFT

http://www.christinewilke.com

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139 N.Third St
Easton, Pennsylvania
18042

Areas of Specialty

Coping Skills

Family Conflict

Relationship Issues

Treatment Methods

Counseling/Psychotherapy

Family/Marital

Articles Christine has Published
6 Habits of Married Couples Who Survive the
6 Habits of Married Couples Who Survive the Long Haul

These habits are exactly the kind of gear couples need to overcome the roughest terrain. Marriage is a lot more like a marathon than a sprint and these habits are exactly the kind of gear that can help »

These habits are exactly the kind of gear couples need to overcome the roughest terrain. Marriage is a lot more like a marathon than a sprint and these habits are exactly the kind of gear that can help couples overcome the roughest terrain. Hold Hands Often Don't ever underestimate this quiet little PDA. Your skin remembers and archives both positive and negative touch. This is a great way to deposit..

Christine Wilke · January 29th, 2017

Christine Wilke · January 29th, 2017

Break These 3 Bad Habits and Have a
Break These 3 Bad Habits and Have a Healthier Marriage

How are those New Year's resolutions going? I don't know about you, but I tend to overreach and try to do too much all at once. Then... crash and burn. Better luck next year. Well, let's make it short »

How are those New Year's resolutions going? I don't know about you, but I tend to overreach and try to do too much all at once. Then... crash and burn. Better luck next year. Well, let's make it short and simple this year so that you can start creating positive change in your relationship right now! If your goal is to have a healthier marriage, here are three simple habits you can develop to help you..

Christine Wilke · January 29th, 2017

Christine Wilke · January 29th, 2017

Should You Share All the Details of an
Should You Share All the Details of an Affair

I had the opportunity to participate in an Experts Panel in Manhattan with several therapist including the founders of Imago Relationship Therapy. Check us out below discussing the pros and cons of sharing »

I had the opportunity to participate in an Experts Panel in Manhattan with several therapist including the founders of Imago Relationship Therapy. Check us out below discussing the pros and cons of sharing the details of an affair. Hope you enjoy it!..

Christine Wilke · May 7th, 2016

Christine Wilke · May 7th, 2016

Communicating With Style
Communicating With Style

Have you ever blurted out something stupid and insensitive in an argument with your spouse and you instantly wish you could push the rewind button? Well, here's a little tip that might give you a "Get »

Have you ever blurted out something stupid and insensitive in an argument with your spouse and you instantly wish you could push the rewind button? Well, here's a little tip that might give you a "Get out of jail free" card. Ask your spouse for his or her opinion. Say something like, "How do you see it?" or "What's your take?" This opens up the possibility of dialogue and it leaves room for an honest..

Christine Wilke · May 7th, 2016

Christine Wilke · May 7th, 2016