Caroline Anderson, M.MFT
I care about the well being of others and believe that everyone has the capacity to improve health and increase happiness in their lives. If we choose to work together, we will explore where you are emotionally and cognitively, where you want to be, and how we are going to get you there. My therapeutic approach will focus on your resiliency and potential. I believe we can resolve issues of the past by working on problems of the present. I hope to have the opportunity to help you build the life that you want to live.
M.MFT, Lipscomb University
B.B.A., Music Business, Belmont University
I have worked in various clinical settings including an inpatient addiction treatment facility, a private practice specializing in dialectical behavior therapy, and a non-profit serving Nashville’s incarcerated population. These clinical settings have played a significant role in shaping my ability to work with diverse clientele and particularly difficult cases. Additionally, as a Rule 31 Qualified Family Mediator, I have received specialized training designed to help couples and families manage conflict in productive and meaningful ways.
My areas of special clinical interest include: couple and family therapy, mood disorders, depression, anxiety, personality disorders, relational distress, parenting, suicidal ideation and self-harm. I practice an evidenced-based and integrative approach to therapy that includes elements of cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, and Gottman- and Schnarch-based relationship interventions.
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