Primary Therapist - Geneva Campus
“I’ve had a lot of therapists in my life, but you’re the first one I really connected with. I feel like you got me. I was able to open up to you more than I have with any other therapist, and I was finally able to progress more than I ever have before.” – student
Carrie has spent over a decade in the mental health field. She spent the beginning of her counseling career in the nonprofit world in a community treatment organization that works with underserved populations. There she gained experience in counseling individuals and families struggling with addiction, trauma, homelessness, foster care, and other stressful life events. Before entering the residential treatment world, she worked as the director for the largest homeless outreach program in the state of Utah. Before joining Telos, Carrie worked in residential treatment with neurodivergent students and their families; she focused on providing counseling with an attachment-focused and trauma-informed lens to help her clients and their families develop interpersonal connections and intrapersonal skills needed to lead healthy and balanced lives. Carrie loves using humor, interpersonal process, and empathy with her clients.
Outside of work, Carrie is currently in school and pursuing her PhD in counselor education and supervision. In her free time, she loves spending time outside hiking, rock climbing, snowboarding, and bird watching. When indoors, she loves reading novels, watching cheesy television, and spending time with her loved ones and many pets.