Therapy with Carol

Carol is currently not accepting new individual clients. Contact her for information about an  upcoming art therapy group which is accepting new group members for 2024.

Feeling stuck? Overwhelmed? Curious?

In my psychotherapy practice you will find a safe place to ask questions, learn about yourself, and breathe deeply.

My style is steady and accepting, bringing creativity and a gentle sense of humor. Together we work to find your strengths, learn to cope and identify ways your past might be impacting you today.

I hope to guide you to find balance, compassion for yourself and others and a life you find fulfilling. Personal growth is a creative process and I hold the space to allow it to unfold.

  About Carol:

I am a counselor and art therapist with EMDR certification. After a number of years working as a nurse, I followed my internal pull to study art psychotherapy.

As a psychotherapist I have found my home!  I have a master’s degree from Drexel University.  I live, work and play in Philadelphia, the city that I love!

While psychotherapy is my passion, my nursing background impacts my work. I bring an awareness of the mind/body connection and the need for both physical and emotional self-care to promote healing.

What exactly is psychotherapy and why might I try it?  Isaac Holland has a lovely video that describes psychotherapy. Watch the video here:

 Client Comments:   May 2020   “Thank you and I am grateful to you for being a stepping stone in this milestone of life.”  Age 23

June 2022  “When I come to see you I often feel  like a plant that is flooded and can’t breathe. After our sessions I feel like the water has penetrated the soil and reached the roots. I can breathe again and I feel revived.”  Age 74

July 2023  “I realize now that my art is not unimportant, it is a lifeline. My creativity is healing. I need to make space to be creative in order to be healthy.”  Age 31

December 2021  “I have learned to pay attention to what is happening in my body. Now I know when I am starting to get angry. I take a step back before I respond  and wait until I can think more clearly.”  Age 43

April 2022  “I realize now that I don’t have to be a martyr and sacrifice my needs for the needs of others. I am learning to know who I am and be true to that person. For the first time I feel able to speak my truth.”  Age 38