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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 experience working in a wide range of settings including community mental health, employment programs, residential mental health, and private practice. My areas of special interest include supporting adults in early recovery from substance use who are navigating underlying emotional challenges, those who identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community, and neurodivergent individuals, including clients on the autism spectrum. I am open to working with adults facing a host of emotional challenges from all walks of life with an emphasis on underlying anxiety and depression treatment. I find mindfulness, meditation, and other holistic modalities to be helpful in navigating these experiences alongside my clients. I am passionate about bringing nature-based ecotherapy into our work, which may include “walk and talk” therapy in a local green space if that would feel comfortable for you.

Now is the time to make healthy and positive changes 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 obstacles. 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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My Experiences & Passion for Working in Mental Health

Hi everyone! I thought I’d get a bit more personal in my next blog post. To begin, my name is Caroline Hubschman, and I am a licensed social worker (LSW) from New Jersey. I have my bachelors degree in psychology from the University of Maryland and my masters degree from Rutgers in social work. I … Continue reading My Experiences & Passion for Working in Mental Health

Do’s and Don’ts of Getting the Most out of Guided Meditation

I often hear my therapy clients talk about wanting to find more ways to relax, clear intrusive thoughts, and to stay in the present moment. To combat this, I recommend starting with meditation as a great tool for decreasing stress, anxiety, depression, and more. “Guided” meditation is the perfect way for beginners to start meditating … Continue reading Do’s and Don’ts of Getting the Most out of Guided Meditation

Tips for Practicing Mindful Eating

Mindfulness is the practice of focusing on the present moment and taking in your 5 senses to ground yourself where your feet are at. According to helpguide.org, mindful eating can “promote better digestion, keep you full with less food, and influence wiser choices about what you eat in the future”. Stress and anxiety that built … Continue reading Tips for Practicing Mindful Eating

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