Born and raised in Montgomery, Alabama, Caroline is a Marriage and Family Therapy Associate. Operating from a family systems perspective, Caroline believes in the irreplaceable value of healthy, supportive relationships for optimal individual, couple, and family functioning. Caroline emphasizes the importance of self-awareness for regaining power and recognizing patterns within both the self and relationships that keep individuals feeling stuck and powerless amidst life’s ups and downs. Caroline utilizes several therapy models to tailor treatment to each individual, such as solutions-focused, emotionally-focused, structural, experiential therapy techniques, and trauma- and multiculturally-informed techniques, in addition to others.
Caroline is a two-time graduate of Auburn University, earning both her Bachelor of Science in Communications Disorders and Bachelor of Arts in French in addition to her Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy. Caroline has experience working in schools, community mental health, and a private practice setting. Caroline has experience facilitating relationship education curricula to both adults and adolescents and has additionally specific training on working with individuals in stepfamilies.
Caroline works under the Supervision of Tony Watkins, MA, LMFT.
BS, BA Communication Disorders, French Auburn University, Auburn, AL, 2017
MS MFT Auburn University, Auburn, AL 2019
Marriage and Family Therapy Associate #A-238, Alabama
American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, (AAMFT), Pre-Clinical Fellow