About Christine


Christine Langley-Obaugh is the Founder of White Fire Company 11, LLC, a company created to provide educational and motivational presentations to First Responders and Fire and Rescue Personnel regarding Group Narcissism, Workplace Toxicity.

Christine holds a Master’s in Education, Community Agency Counseling, as well as a Certificate in Positive Leadership from George Mason University. She earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice and Psychology from Radford University. Ms. Langley-Obaugh is a Certified Mediator (#2487) with the Supreme Court of Virginia as well as a Certified Volunteer Administrator (CVA). 

Christine is trained in Applied Metapsychology, specifically, Life Stress Reduction and Traumatic Incident Reduction. She trained under Kathryn McCormack-Chen, RN, LCSW, LSATP, an advanced certified Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR) trainer and Facilitator, who treated trauma survivors, some at the Pentagon on 9/11.

Christine has over thirty years of experience in Public Safety, employed as a Probation and Parole Officer, Volunteer Coordinator (Fire and Rescue) and Executive Liaison (Fire and Rescue). Christine Langley-Obaugh received several EMPACT awards as a Senior Staff Member from the Loudoun County Government, Loudoun County Fire and Rescue, and was a former nominee for Probation Officer of the Year while employed with the State of Florida. Christine founded and coordinated various programs over the years to include the Frederick County Fire and Rescue Chaplain Program and the Kindle Project for Burn Survivors. In addition, Christine has prior experience in Strategic Planning, Program Development & Management and Conflict Resolution.

Christine is the founder of STRESTTM, established in 2013, whereby clients are served and supported as they embark on an introspective journey to reflect, heal, and integrate mind, body, and soul. STRESTTM provides stress, loss and trauma reduction services without diagnosis through Applied Metapsychology (Life Stress Reduction and Traumatic Incident Reduction), Energy Therapy, including Rapid Memory Healing and Reiki, Intuitive Guidance, Life Purpose & Career Assessments, Mind Strategy, Mind Strategy for Athletes & Mind Strategy for Weight Loss. 

STRESTTM highlights resiliency factors, accentuates the power of the mind, emphasizes self-awareness, and encourages clients to assess their reactions, responses, and coping mechanisms to life’s challenges. At STRESTTM, the goal is to empower clients, strengthen clients’ perception, and provide education relative to value and worth which will allow opportunities for personal growth and life fulfillment.

Christine Langley-Obaugh, a former Instructor for Shenandoah University, the Center for Lifelong Learning, taught at the North Florida Corrections Academy in Lake City, Florida. Christine wrote How Stress can lead to Emotional Trauma which appeared on Karen Salmansohn’s website, www.notsalmon.com, along with her motto, We Repeat What We Don’t Repair in January of 2015. Christine also co-authored Loudoun County Paves the Way: Code of Virginia Amended to Improve Behavioral Health Benefits for Volunteer Fire and Rescue Personnel for the National Volunteer Fire Council in May of 2017.

Christine, a former PTA President for Middletown Elementary School, also previously served on the Board of Directors for the Loudoun County Citizen’s for Social Justice (formerly known as LAWS). In the past, Ms. Langley-Obaugh held the position of President for the Ocala Chapter of the Florida Council on Crime and Delinquency. Christine served as an Ambassador Chair and Family Team Chair for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Capital Chapter, in Washington, D.C.

Ms. Langley-Obaugh is a member of the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation (ICISF), American Counseling Association (ACA), Chi Sigma Iota (CSI, Counseling Academic and Professional Honor Society International), Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), Ketoctin Chapter, Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce, Triumph over Trauma: Northern Shenandoah Valley Resiliency Initiative, Virginia Mediation Network (VMN) and a member of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Christine is the Executive Director of the Huckleberry Alliance, Incorporated, a non-profit organization for fatherless children, CEO of OLIO Enterprises, which houses the intellectual property for a healing and balancing device utilizing the Second Law of Thermodynamics, the Projection Effect, and the Absorption Effect, and is the Founder of W8S &MZRS, a corporation focused on antediluvian proposals for holistic health and wholeness and OAu1, Incorporated, a corporation formed to recreate combines for baseball, basketball, and football contenders.

Christine Langley-Obaugh, M.Ed., a conglomerate and 2022 graduate of the Women’s CEO Business School, is devoted to a reformative collective effort to allocate holistic wellness and educational resources. Christine’s life purpose entails a paradigm shift in consciousness for the expansion of analeptic health.