Dr. Christopher D. Kline

Christopher D. Kline, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist who has had the pleasure of working with adults and adolescents for over 20 years in a number of different settings, from university counseling centers, community-based outreach programs, private psychology practice to
working with corporate executives and teams. Dr. Kline received his Ph.D. in Counseling
Psychology from the University of Akron, a Masters of Arts in Community Counseling from the
University of Akron, and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the College of Wooster. A lifelong learner, in every setting he has worked, Dr. Kline comes from the position that challenges and roadblocks are a part of life. Successfully navigating those challenges brings opportunities to use the strengths we bring to create new strategies and paths – solving problems and creating new solutions. Coming alongside individuals, couples and families, some of these life challenges have included transition and change, anxiety, grief, depression, trauma,
anger, and addiction. Dr. Kline enjoys simplicity – he and his wife love walking the dogs, eating out, and enjoying the fullness of life with family and friends.