Caroline Anastasi, LMHC - Behavioral Health

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A graduate of Northeastern University’s Bouvé College of Health Sciences, Caroline decided to become a licensed mental health counselor (LMHC) because she felt the importance of addressing the need for normalization and prioritization of mental health services in every community. “I chose to become a LMHC to help youth and families feel seen and understood,” she explains.

Caroline feels it’s important to connect and collaborate with patients about their mental health goals and support patients in finding the appropriate therapeutic fit given their current needs. “I believe the patient’s voice matters and it is crucial to follow a collaborative lead. As an LMHC, I focus on helping others create more stability in their lives by helping them manage different emotions, safely connect with self and others, and feel more in control,” she says. “I chose to become a mental health counselor to empower and motivate others to begin or continue their mental health journey to experience overall positive development.”

Caroline has experience in practicing sensory-motor arousal regulation therapy (SMART) for children and adolescents who have experienced complex trauma to help them with emotional, behavioral, and interpersonal regulation. “I chose this area of practice due to its innovative approach and process of developing new skills and processing traumatic experiences. I also enjoy the fact that it’s highly adaptive for youth and families in various settings,” she explains. “What I like most about what I do is being a part of a collaborative team that actively prioritizes mental health needs and provides intentional and thoughtful care.”

In her spare time Caroline enjoys traveling to Maine and New Hampshire to hike and enjoy the mountains. “In the summers I very much find peace near the ocean, whether I am kayaking or napping on the beach,” she explains. “I enjoy spending time with my family and creating new memories with them.”


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