Christine Wineberg, Psy.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Behavioral Medicine Consultant, Chelan
Education: PsyD., Immaculata University, Immaculata, PA
MA, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA
Special Interests: Health psychology, therapeutic assessment and compassion fatigue
Christine Wineberg, Psy.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist and behavioral medicine consultant in Chelan where she also serves as the clinical supervisor for the Behavioral Health team. She is from Philadelphia, PA, (and is still a die-hard Eagles fan!) She has a Bachelor's degree in music therapy from Mansfield University and a Master of Arts degree in Music Therapy from Drexel University. After maturing through a career as a music therapist she obtained a clinical doctorate in psychology, from Immaculata University. She didn't anticipate leaving Pennsylvania until an opportunity for a pre-doctoral internship presented itself in Wenatchee, Washington. Christine completed her pre-doctoral internship and her post-doctoral fellowship at CVCH in Wenatchee before joining the Chelan clinic as a behavioral medicine consultant in September, 2017. She has a passion for engaging with learners at all levels and directly supervises post-doctoral fellows, teaches in the psychology clinical training program and also serve as clinical faculty with the University of Washington Family Medicine Residency, Rural Training Track. Her areas of interest include health psychology, psychophysiological disorders, therapeutic assessment, autism and compassion fatigue. When she is not immersed in academic activity she enjoys singing, playing guitar and piano, swimming, and hiking. She volunteers some time to support an annual local music festival by co-chairing the board of the Lake Chelan Bach Fest.