Carolina Gaviria is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, a National Certified Counselor and a Certified Eating Disorders Specialist. During her 21 years of work in the mental health field Carolina has worked with adults, adolescents and children with eating disorders and negative body image as well as other struggles that range from depression and anxiety to trauma, alcoholism and other addictions. By applying CBT - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, DBT- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and ACT-Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Carolina will help you learn new coping tools to self-regulate your emotions and cope with life in life's terms. Through her work, Carolina has helped many individuals , couples, and families change different unhealthy behavioral patterns and negative perceptions that were holding them back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life. Carolina also has experience working with individuals diagnosed with Autism, Asperger Disorder, ADD/ADHD and other developmental disorders.
Carolina is originally from Colombia, South America where she worked for a few years as a licensed Psychologist. She is fluent in Spanish and German. She has published articles and presented at national and international conferences on eating disorders, depression, anxiety and stress management. Carolina has been featured on WBWP-LD television and MundoFox discussing the struggles behind eating disorders, weight loss, stress and addictions and the importance of awareness and multidisciplinary treatment. She is a regular contributor for Discovery Mujer and Gente Today. Carolina practices yoga and enjoys reading about Buddhism and spirituality. If you are ready to make a change and shed the layers that are holding you back, contact Carolina for a FREE consultation. Her empathy and ability to connect to clients will allow you to be the authentic self you need to be to grow and heal! Sessions are available also in Spanish and online.
Licensing & Certifications:
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- License Number: MH11666, received
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