Ms. Keller has specialized in providing support for children and families in the school, home and clinical settings since 1993. In addition, Ms. Keller works with adults with addictions. She integrates the neurofeedback process with therapy to provide a calming approach to recovery and healing.

In 1993, Ms. Keller began work with children age 3 and up. Ms. Keller has expertise in identifying and treating learning disabilities, ADHD, ADD, Asperger’s, social stigmas, Autism, aggression/acting out, cognitive issues and child/parent relationships, just to name a few. Her background also includes helping children who have dealt with chronic illness or trauma through play. Current interests include support for exceptional children, providing a new paradigm for educating individuals with special needs and helping support communication in times of stress and anxiety.

Ms. Keller enjoys helping people learn about childhood development, how it applies to behavior and learning, and how to support many different learning and coping styles. She believes strongly in communities and families working together to provide opportunities and resources that will build a stronger, cooperative success rate for youth.

Ms. Keller received her BS in Child Life Psychology from Syracuse University, and her MA degree from City University of New York, Queens College, in Clinical Behavioral Applications.

Christina Keller currently provides support through The Renovo Center, LLC in Kearneysville, West Virginia, as well as the West Virginia Birth to Three program.

Ms. Keller loves learning, reading, gardening and hiking. She also enjoys spending time with her children and teaching them.

Ms. Keller works with children 3 years old, up to adults. She works with clients who have Unicare insurance.