Carrie spent almost 20 years working in the public school system with the special education population. Through this experience she learned to understand the importance of everyone working together as a team to help a child meet his or her maximum potential. Carrie uses play therapy, direct teaching, and behavioral and supportive therapy techniques to help address client identified concern areas.
Carrie loves working with children and their parents. She believes therapy is not just about the child, it is about everyone in the family finding a more useful and functional process. Carrie believes in empowering parents to be the best support and advocate for their child that they can be.
Grand Valley State University B.S. Psychology 1994 Grand Valley State University M.S.W. 1996
Sensory Integration Issues
Reactive Attachment Disorder
Pediatric Mood Disorders
Pediatric Anxiety Disorders