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Carrie Jacobs, LCSW

Carrie Jacobs, LCSW

Individual, Child, Adolescent, and Family Therapy

Areas of Specialty

  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Child (elementary-aged+) & Adolescent Counseling
  • Family Counseling
  • Family Dynamics
  • Grief/loss
  • Healing from relationship wounds
  • Life Transitions
  • Mood Disorders
  • Parent Coaching
  • Relationship Counseling
  • Women’s Issues

Meet Carrie

Carrie is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has been counseling adults, children, adolescents, and families for the past 18 years.  She received her master’s degree in clinical social work from the University of Tennessee in 2005 and became licensed in 2008. Her experience has been in community mental health, health care settings, and a church-based counseling program.  These experiences helped her develop the understanding and skills to counsel and connect with people from many walks of life with a wide array of different needs.

In her experiences working with women of various ages (college, young adults, and older), Carrie has had the privilege to come alongside clients in their time of need to offer hope for healing, change, and assisting with meeting their goals for growth. Her interests have particularly been in working with adults facing challenges in their current relationships and/or awareness of unhealthy relationship patterns such as emotional abuse, problems with attachment, codependency, and partners with addictions.

In her work with children and teenagers, she helps equip them with the skills they need to problem solve difficult areas and promote growth in areas that have felt “stuck”. Carrie strongly believes in working with the family system as a whole to encourage students to create new pathways for relating and connecting.

In her free time, Carrie most cherishes the adventures of marriage and parenting with her husband, daughter, and son. She also loves to get outside as much as possible to enjoy the beautiful mountains or lakes, as well as going on travels to learn about other parts of the world, working on DIY projects, and having quality time with family and friends.

Theories and Therapies:
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
Narrative Therapy
Acceptance Commitment Therapy
Family Systems Theory
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
Art Therapy
Play Therapy
Strengths-Based and Developmental Counseling