Christine Durbin, MS, LPC
Southwestern Regional Medical Center
"We are here to provide support, comfort and empathy, without judgment."
- Christine Durbin, MD, LPC
- MS, Counseling - Northeastern State University
- BA, Psychology - Oral Roberts University
Practicing Since: 2009
For Christine Durbin, joining Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) was a perfect match for her goals as a mind-body therapist. “It goes back to quality of care and why I went into this field,” says Durbin, “to take care of our patients and put them first.”
After study psychology at Oral Roberts University, Durbin obtained her Master of Science in Counseling degree from Northeastern State University in Oklahoma in 2009. During her master’s degree training, Durbin worked as a family preservation specialist with Family & Children Services in Tulsa, where she provided supportive services to families.
She joined CTCA in 2012. Durbin is a licensed professional counselor through the State of Oklahoma.
At CTCA at Southwestern Regional Medical Center, Durbin assists cancer patients coping with whatever challenges may arise during cancer treatment. “Each patient has his or her own concerns, questions, and issues they are working through,” says Durbin.
As part of the mind-body medicine team, Durbin may recommend techniques to reduce stress, promote relaxation, strengthen family bonds, problem solve, or assist with everyday emotional issues. “We are here to provide support, comfort and empathy, without judgment,” says Durbin.