Enid S. McLane Building (EMB) 267
Christina Stuive is a Professor of Counseling at KPC's Kenai River Campus since 2010. She has been practicing as a Professional Counselor for the past 19 years. Dr. Stuive began her career with a non-profit Community Agency and spent the first seven years working in an urban setting serving ethnic minority adolescents from a lower socioeconomic class in the Midwest. Conducting home assessments, court-directed drug and alcohol assessments, and providing mental health and substance abuse treatment in community-based outpatient to secure residential, she has worked the continuum.
She has taught graduate courses in counseling and currently continues to provide post-master’s
supervision to counselors in the community. She also teaches UNIV and HUMS courses
at KPC. She currently provides academic advising, personal counseling, crisis counseling,
and faculty consultation.
Certified Brainspotting Clinician, 2021-present
Brainspotting Trainings, LLC.
Long Island, NY
Board Certified Telemental Health Counselor
National Certified Counselor, 2004 - Present
Licensed Professional Counselor & State Recognized Supervisor, 2010 - Present
State of AK
National Provider Identifier Standard (NPI)