B.A. in Biology, Colgate University
Caroline Callahan is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist and is currently a postgraduate fellow in the Mindfulness & Behavior Therapies program at The Family Institute at Northwestern University. Caroline uses a variety of therapeutic models to meet the needs of her clients while focusing on the therapeutic relationship and client strengths.
Caroline works with families, children, couples, and individuals, with particular interest in couple therapy and DBT for adolescents. Her clinical interests include: identity development, relationship challenges, family of origin, LGBTQIA+ concerns, and life stage transitions.
Caroline received her Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy at The Family Institute at Northwestern University. Before pursuing her career as a therapist, Caroline worked as a Language Arts teacher and Dean of Students at an adventure-based middle school in North Carolina. She brings her sense of humor and adventure into her clinical practice, collaborating with her clients to create a supportive and warm environment for change.