Christopher Vo, LMFT

I will do everything in my power to create a safe space and be with you during your time of need. I am passionate about working with individuals, couples, families, and adolescents.
I specialize in conflict resolution, sex, sexuality, intimacy, trauma, anxiety, depression, and life transitions. I am comfortable working with all ethnicities and cultures. I am committed to meeting my clients halfway and will move at the pace that you set.
I thoroughly believe that through guidance, education, understanding of one's problems, support, and working together as a team, anyone has the capacity to enhance their life for the better.
My therapeutic framework is focused on Emotion Focused Therapy, Gottman, and Narrative therapy. I come from a systemic and attachment theory based perspective. I also offer EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) to my clients if we both deem it to be an appropriate fit. I have training in TF-CBT (Trauma Focused – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) and have worked in both agency and trauma backgrounds.

Counseling Services

Individual Therapy

Relationship Therapy

Family Therapy

Marriage Counseling

Affiliations & Professional Credentials


B.S. Psychology; University of Houston


M.A. Psychology - Marriage and Family Therapy; University of Houston-Clear Lake, Texas


Gottman Method Couples Trainings (Level 1 & 2)


EMDR Trained


American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT) # 161747


Texas Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (TAMFT)


Christopher (he/him/his) is a licensed marriage and family therapist based out of Houston, Texas. He has worked in a variety of settings including non-profit organizations serving low-income populations, and juvenile detention facilities working with sexual trauma and gang violence. Chris currently works in private practice with a broad range of clients. Christopher is guided by the belief that we are all imperfect people hoping to be better. Sometimes failing, sometimes successful, but always hopeful. Normalizing mental health and vulnerability is a central mission for Christopher, and he feels it is the best way to foster connection. In his spare time, Christopher wrestles with existential dread, imposter syndrome, and enjoys fishing for big game fish.