Christina Rackley Herron, MS, MFLN Family Development

August 21, 2015 Print Friendly and PDF

Christina Rackley Herron, MS, was hired by the Military Families Learning Network Family Development concentration area as a web design & blog specialist. She is in charge of updating the MFLN Family Development web pages and blogs.

Christina earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Valdosta State University in 2010. She recently graduated with her Master of Science degree in Marriage & Family Therapy at Valdosta State University in July of 2015.

While pursuing her degree, Christina worked as a graduate assistant for the department of Middle, Secondary, Reading, and Deaf Education and a teaching assistant for the department of Early Childhood and Special Education. Her duties included maintaining the departmental web page, creating professional presentations, conducting literature searches for research purposes, facilitating group discussions in her teaching assistant position, and grading projects.

Christina was a counselor intern at FamilyWorks Therapy Clinic at Valdosta State University while pursuing her Master of Science degree in Marriage & Family Therapy. Family Works Therapy Clinic delivers counseling services to clients dealing with a diverse range of issues including: eating disorders, depression, suicidal ideation, anxiety, trauma, grief, sexual assault, couples and family issues. She was also one of the group facilitators for “Camp Speak”, which caterers to the relational issues children from divorced families face.

Christina is a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and the Georgia Association for Marriage and Family Therapy


Contact Information:

Christina Rackley Herron, MS

Valdosta State University

Marriage & Family Therapy Department

MFLN Family Development 

Web Design and Blog Specialist

1500 N. Patterson St., Valdosta, GA  31698

Phone: (229) 293-6032



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