“The tumultuous road to change is travelled often, and people have difficulty driving the car. My role as a therapist is to not take hold of the wheel, but to provide guidance through a road map and giving you the tools to repair the car if it gets in an accident. The path towards growth, change, and functional behaviors is right in front of us, but we must first turn on the headlights.”
- Gender Identity & LGBTQ+
- Play Therapy
- Women’s Issues
Education & Experience
Master of Marriage and Family Therapy, ABILENE CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY (2021).
Caroline began her experience as a therapist in 2020. She has worked in a variety of clinical settings including community clinics, group therapy, and private practice. While in graduate school, she worked at the Marriage and Family Institute and saw children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families experiencing a variety of issues in Abilene, TX. Furthermore, she worked with children in many settings including group therapy for elementary aged children with autistic siblings and Camp Courage, a summer camp for children experiencing intense grief. She has spent the past year working with undergraduate and graduate students in a therapeutic setting at Abilene Christian University through individual and group therapy, as well as working with individuals, couples, and families in the community in a private practice setting in Abilene.
Besides being passionate about therapy, Caroline loves hiking, swimming, and exploring the outdoors in general. She enjoys hanging out with her husband Blake, her dog Jolene, and her two cats, Piper Elaine and Dapper. You can catch her baking a mean batch of cookies, cultivating a delicious meal, or binging another episode of her favorite show, Ted Lasso.
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