Christine J. Markow, Ph.D
     Clinical Psychology & Behavioral Medicine for
               Children, Adolescents & Adults

About Christine J. Markow, Ph.D.


Trained as a pediatric and adult clinical psychologist with a speciality in medical psychology, I value addressing psychological wellness through a comprehensive systems approach. My therapeutic training is based in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). However, I enjoy implementing differing techniques into my therapeutic practices. I believe each client plays an active role in their customized treatment to address concerns, expand insight and achieve desired goals. 

I have specialized training in anxiety and depressive disorders, chronic pain, stress management, mindfulness, eating disorders, sexuality, gastrointestinal disorders, life transitions, bullying, disability, abuse and transitions associated with divorce.

I hold a certification in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) from The Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy and Research, as well as, 
certifications in child abuse prevention, human sexuality training, multicultural and disability training. 

I feel it is necessary to understand the whole person in order to achieve the client's desired goals.

Awards: American Scholars National Honor Society, Golden Key National Honors Society and the Psi Chi National Honors Society. 

Memberships: American Psychological Association, American Psychosomatic Society, International Foundation for Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders, Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy, Pennsylvania Psychological Association, and the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine