Spotlight on Lake Wylie Counseling

March 12, 2013 

Focus on: Lake Wylie Counseling, 12 Executive Court, Lake Wylie.

Owner and professional counselor: Christine Allen, M.A., LPC-I

What’s new? Lake Wylie Counseling is open and accepting new clients.

Services offered: Individual counseling and coaching; treatment for anxiety, depression, eating disorders and other food issues, past and present life events, adolescent counseling, parent/child relationship counseling and coaching and group counseling.

Brief background: I earned my bachelor’s degree in psychology from Dallas Baptist University and earned my master’s in professional counseling from Liberty University. I am a licensed professional counselor-intern with the state of South Carolina. I have worked with clients suffering and bothered by the symptoms of depression, anxiety, addiction, eating disorders, ADD, ADHD and other mental health issues.

I have been happily married 20 years. I have three great children and three fun dogs. My two eldest children attend Clover High School and are preparing to attend college in the fall. My third child attends Clover Middle School. I have lived in Clover for five years. I am originally from Texas, however, my family and I love South Carolina, especially the Lake Wylie area. I have attended my local church for five years and enjoy serving in different areas of the church. I believe God has given me the gift of helping others recover and heal from past and present events of life.

Community involvement: I have attended my local church in Lake Wylie. I have worked in various youth programs for 15 years. I have worked with Mothers of Preschoolers, and have worked with and volunteered with the Family Connections of S.C.

Motto: “Professional counseling close to home.”

Hours: By appointment, with limited night and weekend appointments available.

Contact info: 803-295-0005; online:; email:

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