Life has a way of throwing curveballs when we least expect it. Sometimes, finding ways of making sweet lemonade from the sour lemons of life can prove to be insurmountable. It takes strength and courage to reach out and ask for help. After all, our society pushes for independence and pressures us to handle life on our own. But the reality is that we are relational human beings, designed for dependence on others and finding joy and fulfillment in relationships. Counseling is one such relationship that can help propel us forward to achieving our dreams and setting new goals. Change is hard, but not changing is even harder! I am excited to join you on your journey toward healing and restoration.
Carey has been practicing as a therapist since 2014. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Communication from Ripon College and her Master’s Degree in Professional Counseling from Liberty University. She has worked with special populations including incarcerated adult offenders, youth in out-of-home placements and their families, adjudicated youth, and adults and youth facing trauma. She takes a creative approach to therapy that utilizes TF-CBT, ACT, CBT, and other evidence-based modalities, tailoring counseling to meet the individual needs of each client. Born and raised in Wisconsin, Carey brings her midwestern roots to Arvada. She is dually licensed in Colorado and Wisconsin as a Professional Counselor and is also a Nationally Certified Counselor.