The Journey of Psychotherapy – Adolescents and Adult Psychotherapist

Using an eclectic approach founded mainly in systemic theory, trauma-informed and person-centered clinical practices, I also work to understand your individual experiences and assist you with your unique healing process. Therefore, I work with clients to help them achieve personal growth, insight, and concrete skills and strategies to improve their well-being. Moreover, I believe that each individual’s needs are unique and I will cater my approach in order to guide you through your change process.

As a Holistic Psychotherapist, I incorporate all of the techniques I have learned to guide you in the connection of mind, heart, body, and spirit. By utilizing all four of these aspects of the human experience, you are more able to overcome obstacles and challenges in your life and thrive. I describe my therapeutic style as insightful and empowering.

I truly believe that people can change because I have experienced the process myself. People sometimes ask if healing or change is possible after they have been in pain for so long or have gone through so much. And the answer is yes. There are two main ingredients for change to happen: willingness and capacity. If you are here, you are taking your first step. And capacity? I believe in the infinite human resilience and capacity for healing our body and minds innately have. I will be there with you in every process of your journey to become the person that you want to be.

Caroline has more than 16 years in the field of mental health. She holds a Clinical Social Work from Columbia University with a concentration on Mental Health and Illness, New York. She is a licensed practitioner in DC and VA. In addition, she has a vast experience in different settings such as Children’s National Medical Center, The Psychiatric Institute of Washington, Kaiser Permanent, The Women’s Center as well as private practice.




MS (Master of Science)
Columbia University

Accepted Insurance

Oscar Health
United Healthcare

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