About

Hi everyone! My name is Caroline and I’m here to help.

When life presents challenges, we all need a support system. Feelings of depression and anxiety may be overwhelming, especially during times of uncertainty and confusion. Stressful situations at work, in relationships, and at home may seem insurmountable. Let’s work together to help you find motivation and happiness again.

I have over 7 years in mental health working as a therapist, counselor, transitional living manager, and case manager. I have worked in community mental health, private practice, employment programs, and independent living for mental health consumers. I have experience leading Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) group and individual sessions to teach emotion regulation, distress tolerance, and interpersonal skills.

My specialties are in helping the LGBTQ+ and disability communities. I am a member of the LGBTQ+ and disability communities myself and understand the specific struggles of these populations.

Now is the time to make healthy and positive changes in your life by contacting me for your initial therapy session. You will be provided with a compassionate and caring listener, offering guidance and the skills to deal with everyday struggles. I truly care about my clients’ progress and I am here to help you reach your goals, develop healthy coping skills, and improve your overall well-being!

License: New Jersey / 44SL06714400

Education: University of Maryland Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology, Rutgers University Master of Social Work (MSW)

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