Caroline Kellough, CMHC
As a therapist it is my intention to provide a space where my clients can strengthen their own voice. By creating safe, inclusive and curious relationships, I believe that we can heal and thrive through traumatic and difficult experiences. I use a person-centered approach, adapting my practice to each client and doing my best to challenge, comfort, and connect. With a collaborative mindset, I hope to help each client create a path toward healing that makes sense to them.
I specialize in working with adolescents and young adults and have worked extensively with young people considered neuro-atypical. I have a background in wilderness therapy and experiential treatment and love to introduce creative, alternative modes of expression to my clients. My work is heavily influenced by many trauma-informed practices including attachment theory, feminist theory, object relations, EMDR (trained), family systems, and internal family systems. I was trained in trauma-informed yoga and find that often, when we address and connect to how our bodies react to the stressors of our lives, we can begin to build new and lasting foundations.
I am a LGBTQAI+ affirmative and social justice-oriented clinician. I believe in therapy from the ground up—each of our lives are linked to others and sometimes understanding our place and how we intersect with our world can shed light on many of the questions we have about ourselves..