Cache Christensen

photo courtesy of  kylee ann studios

photo courtesy of kylee ann studios

Hello! My name is Cache and I am excited to help you make a huge difference in your life! As long as I can remember, going to school was difficult for me. Sitting still for eight hours a day, paying attention, and reviewing the same information seemed like torture. My grades fluctuated depending on the subject; I was able to get A’s in classes I enjoyed, but would sleep through other classes that I didn’t care much about. 
It wasn’t until I started the Master’s program in Rehabilitation Counseling that I fully realized that I had Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder. After meeting with my doctor, he had no doubt that I had ADHD and I finally had an official diagnosis. 
I was prescribed medications to address my ADHD which greatly improved my ability to function. However, I became concerned about using medication to mask my disability because my body eventually built up a tolerance for the medication and I was worried about becoming addicted. I didn’t feel that medication was a permanent solution. 
As a Rehabilitation Counselor, I became acquainted with Crossinology Brain Integration Technique through a colleague who had some remarkable results with clients and BIT. It took me over a year to commit, but I finally decided to try it for myself. I wished that I had done it sooner!
My BIT appointment started in the morning and we took a lunch break. I vividly remember going to a fast food restaurant and noticing how well I could focus on one task at a time. Also, the social anxiety I often experienced in public places was gone! I was shocked to see how profound and immediate my results were. 
Since my BIT appointment in August of 2014, I and those around me continue to notice changes in my behaviors and attitudes. My driving behaviors have improved, my reactivity has decreased, catastrophizing is gone, and many other quirks I once had are now eliminated. Best of all, I haven’t touched any medication since the day of my integration. The Crossinology Brain Integration technique has been a great blessing that has improved every aspect of my life.
Working as a Rehabilitation Counselor, I saw several of my clients choose to try BIT. All of my clients felt that their results were better than or as effective as other methods they had previously tried in addressing their disabilities. All of the clients who participated in BIT also indicated that they were eager to refer others to complete a BIT session. BIT was able to effectively address an eclectic group of clients who represented a wide range of disabilities and age across both genders. 
Eventually, the practitioner who completed my BIT session invited me to become trained as a Crossinology Brain Integration Technique Practitioner. Having seen the large change in myself, family, and my clients, I was eager for the chance to help bless the lives of others. 

Cache graduated in 2011 from Utah State University with a Master’s Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling. He has since become a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) through the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (CRCC) and a Licensed Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor through the State of Utah.
Cache worked as a Vocational Evaluator and Rehabilitation Counselor for the State of Utah for four years helping individuals with disabilities find, obtain, and maintain employment. As a Vocational Evaluator, he specialized in assessing individuals’ strengths and weaknesses through extensive assessment and observation, and then assisted clients in selecting appropriate vocational goals. 
Cache is happily married to his lovely wife, Amanda, who is an avid Graphic Designer, Photographer, and Zumba Instructor. Together they have two little girls. Their love for the people and lifestyle of Cache Valley brought them back to the area. In their free time, the Christensen family enjoys traveling the world and exploring the mountains.