Christina L. Russell,
Board Approved LPC Supervisor

Christina encourages trust and healthy vulnerability to develop in the counseling process and to be carried out into other relationships. Her educational achievements include B.A. in Psychology and M.A. in Counseling, both from the University of Texas at San Antonio. Christina is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a National Certified Counselor and a Board Approved LPC Supervisor.

Christina has over 13 years of counseling experience working with couples, individuals and families from a professional and Christian counseling perspective. Christina was previously a director of counseling services and professional therapist at a local church. Her ministry focus was to provide a professional, secure, and biblical counseling service to the local church and the San Antonio surrounding community, where trust and healthy relationships could develop. Christina continued this focus when she went into private practice in 2006.

Christina enjoys spending quality time with her husband, her two delightful daughters and her adventurous son, as well as extended family and friends. For fun, Christina likes to cook, research family genealogy, give her talented and creative husband more ideas for projects in their yard and home, and if she can stay awake long enough she loves to sit down with a cup of hot tea and read a good book.

Christina is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC). This organization offers resources and support to Christian Counselors. Christina follows ethical guidelines set by the state of Texas, by the AACC, and by the National Board of Certified Counselors. She continues to further her development as an effective counselor through continued education, consultation, and a daily relationship with Jesus Christ.


About Living Well 

An ancient story tells of an encounter between a Samaritan woman and a Jewish man who met at a well. The man asks the woman for a drink. Puzzled, she questions why he’d cross the cultural boundaries separating Jews and Samaritans. As the conversation continues, the man not only reveals scandalous details about her life, past and present, but also compassionately shares that if she knew him, she’d be asking him for a drink of living water and thus thirst no more. From this encounter a hope emerges and she eagerly proclaims to anyone who will listen, “Come, see a man who told me everything I ever did. Could this be the Christ?”

Told in John chapter 4 of the Bible, this true story crosses cultural boundaries, reveals social taboos and moral failures, and more significantly explores the struggle to be known by someone who offers much more than a temporary thirst quencher.

At Counseling Center for Living Well, the client and the counselor journey through recovery and growth discovering hidden truths and painful stories, centrally trusting that the Man in this ancient story knows you well and has much more to offer than a thirst quencher.

Professional counseling addresses personal needs. In the same way the Samaritan woman came to the well to quench her daily thirst, clients come to counseling desiring relief from life stressors, escape from constant worry, a lift from the burden of depression, understanding from their partner, or preparation for marriage. Professional counselors are trained to help in these and other areas essential to daily living.

Christian counseling further addresses the desires of the heart at a deeper level of intimacy as it relates to the client’s relationship with God and eternal joy of a life lived well. We take a look at the needs presented and work together to experience more, the more Christ talks about as Living Water. We acknowledge that even as growth and recovery occur, thirst returns. There’s a stirring of hope in a personal need cared for and new life in an spiritual need revealed through the love of Christ.


18838 Stone Oak Pkwy ste 103 San Antonio, Tx 78258
Phone: 210-490-9106 Email: counseling@livingwellmail.com