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MS • PsyD

Caroline is originally from Pittsburgh, PA and completed her doctorate in clinical psychology at Wright State University. Prior to coming to CAPS, she worked in community mental health, a psychoeducational testing clinic, and university counseling.

Caroline approaches therapy from a feminist lens allowing each interaction to be both client and issue focused. This approach provides an opportunity for a collaborative relationship with students as they better understand their goals, concerns, and strengths.

In her free time Caroline enjoys hiking, yoga, animals, and spending time with her family.

Pronouns: she/her/hers


  • PsyD: Clinical Psychology, Wright State University, Dayton, OH
  • MS: Nonprofit and Nongovernmental Leadership, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
  • BA: Political Science, French, Women Studies, Miami University, Oxford, OH

Areas of Interest

Systems issues, multicultural concerns, social justice, women's issues, relationship issues, family of origin concerns, identity development, trauma recovery, eating concerns, anxiety, grief, and holistic healing.