Carrie Graham, Therapist – ACMHC
Carrie comes to JMCR with over 10 years of professional, academic, and community involvement. Her passion for working with adolescents began when she worked with underprivileged youth in a middle school, inspiring her to pursue a career in mental health. She earned her master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Westminster College and her bachelor’s degree in Psychology through Purdue University. Carrie has enjoyed working with teens in a residential treatment center, young adults in substance abuse treatment and on a college campus, and adults and families in inpatient and short-term residential treatment. Her clinical interests are identity development, multiculturalism, family systems, trauma informed practice, body image issues, substance abuse and addiction, and humanistic theory. She is passionate about facilitating healing for adolescents and families through a focus on interpersonal relationships, growth, and balance.
In her free time, Carrie enjoys hiking, biking, bird watching, reading, and spending time with her loved ones, cats, and dog, Drogo.