Christine Fonseca is a licensed educational psychologist, critically acclaimed author, and a nationally recognized speaker on topics related to educational psychology, mental health, giftedness, and using storytelling to heal past wounds.
Using her experience consulting and coaching educators and parents, Christine brings her expertise to Psychology Today, authoring the parenting blog Parenting for A New Generation. She has written self-help articles for Parents.com, Johnson & Johnson, and Justine Magazine. Her appearance on the popular gifted education podcast, “Mind Matters”, was one of its most downloaded episodes.
Christine uses her fictional stories to explore the more complex aspects of humanity through sweeping romances, Gothic thrillers, and psychological horror stories. As a trauma-impacted survivor, Christine believes in the power of storytelling as a key to healing past wounds. She delivers soul-centered writing workshops designed to help writers get into touch with their authentic voice and bring that to both nonfiction and fiction writing.
Christine’s critically acclaimed titles include Emotional Intensity in Gifted Students, Raising the Shy Child, Letting Go: A Girl’s Guide to Breaking Free of Stress and Anxiety and the action-packed Young Adult series, the Solomon Experiments.
Christine lives in Southern California with her husband and children.
WHAT READERS SAY . . .
“... a great voice for teen girls.”
Julie Weaver, Associate Editor
“Christine Fonseca is an absolute genius at capturing the darker side of humanity.”
Yara Santos, Once Upon a Twilight book blog
(review from Amazon)
“...a master of words.”