Finding Your Voice: Introducing a New Caregiver Advocate and Chat Facilitator, Christine M. Valentin

It’s our pleasure to introduce and warmly welcome Ms. Christine M. Valentin, LCSW to our caregiver community.

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Ms. Valentin comes to us with a great deal of professional experience working with family caregivers. We’re grateful to have her on board and you can look forward to having the opportunity to personally connect with her soon when she begins leading facilitated bi-weekly chats on, starting February 17th, 2014.

Ms. Valentin is a skilled clinical social worker with over eight years of experience working with older adults and family caregivers. Now in her own private practice, she’s previously worked as a social worker at the Mount Sinai Hospital Caregiver Resource Center, the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society whereby she provided counseling and case management services to various individuals. In addition to her private practice, Ms. Valentin also currently facilitates two support groups for individuals with Multiple Sclerosis.

Christine M. Valentin, LCSWMs. Valentin’s specialties include working with individuals and families coping with elder abuse, Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis, hoarding anxiety and depression. She has also spent time working with an even wider range of conditions and situations and invites you to bring your most present and challenging caregiving experience to the table during the chats she’ll be leading.

Ms. Valentin is passionate about bringing meaningful support to the caregiver community. She recognizes that many family caregivers are overlooked or go unheard. Through these twice a month scheduled chats, she wants to encourage you to find your voice and speak your truth. She is eager to play a more active role supporting our caregiver community and we couldn’t be happier to have her.

Want to join the upcoming chat on Feb. 17th?

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