M.A., LPC Associate, EMDR Trained, Supervised by Andrea Schultz, LPC-S
I believe that the healing process is unique to each individual, and that lives can change from surviving to actually thriving. My heart is to meet clients where they are emotionally, mentally, and spiritually throughout the counseling process, without bias or judgment. Whatever your reasons may be for pursuing counseling, I am excited for the opportunity to join you in your journey towards healing.
Areas of Concentration
ADD/ADHD Adolescent Issues Anxiety Boundaries Chronic Illness Codependency Depression EMDR Emotional Disturbances Family Conflict Family of Origin Issues Grief & Loss Life Transitions Multicultural Concerns Parent-Child Relationship Issues Perfectionism Pre-marital Relationships Relational Issues Self-Esteem Shame Singleness Social Skills Stress Management Trauma and PTSD Women’s Issues
Caroline received her Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Studies from the University of North Texas, and her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Liberty University. After working with HopeWorks Counseling as an office administrator, she now pursues her vocation as a counselor in both private practice and hospital settings. Caroline enjoys counseling children, teens, and adults. With acceptance and warmth, she aims to help clients find insight and clarity into the issues they are dealing with. Caroline utilizes various counseling methods , such as CBT, person-centered, and psychodynamic, based on the client’s needs and issues. She is a certified SYMBIS facilitator and helps pre-marital couples gain insight and perspective into their relationships with a personalized assessment. Caroline’s Christian faith allows her to counsel clients who are seeking a faith-based perspective on their issues. In her spare time, Caroline enjoys spending time with her husband and cats. She loves theatre, music, and being outside in the beauty of God’s creation. Specific areas that Caroline is passionate about include trauma, attachment, and family of origin issues. Supervised by Andrea Schultz, M Ed., LPC-S, RPT-S