“The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another.”
Caroline Kroe, MSW
Caroline Kroe is a seasoned therapist who has expertise supporting a diverse array of clients and their families on their individualized healing journey. Caroline received her Master’s in Social Work at Smith College School for Social Work concentrating in work with children and adolescents needing inpatient psychiatric hospital care and developmentally sensitized trauma assessment. Caroline has specialized experience working with multiple client populations including trauma survivors, eating disorders, mood disorders, depression and anxiety, schizophrenic young adults and adults, adults with developmental delays and children and families enrolled in specialized education programs. She was drawn to the field of social work and mental health in particular due to her interest in how matters of social justice and mental illness intersect. Caroline is invested in the struggle to promote equal economic, educational and workplace opportunity for people with multiple intersecting identities including race, class, gender, sexual orientation, and those with differing abilities. Caroline works to build a strong empathetic foundation with clients so that they can authentically build social, emotional, and physical safety into the felt therapeutic experience and transfer that sense of cohesion into their world.
Caroline has training/certifications in EMDR, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Suicide Prevention/Crisis Intervention for children and adults, The Collaborative Change Model, Child Sexual Abuse treatment for Child, Adolescent and Adult survivors, Ethnocultural Sensitivity in Trauma Treatment, Children’s Grief Counseling, Radiant Child Yoga, and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction.