Carin Goodrich has more than 15 years of experience working with children, adolescents, women and families. She received her bachelor’s degree from Western Michigan University and her master’s degree from Oakland University. She also holds specialty degrees in child and adolescent counseling, and school counseling.
Carin enjoys working with students of all ages (including those in college) with issues of stress/anxiety, social problems, trouble succeeding academically and behavioral problems. She has a great deal of experience with issues of grief and loss, domestic violence, children coping with divorce, and parenting challenges. Carin also enjoys working with both men and women facing transitions and difficulties in life.
Carin’s approach to therapy is client-centered and strength based, with a relaxed and personalized style. She builds trust easily with clients of all ages, especially children by relating to them and seeing things from their perspective. Using play therapy, cognitive-behavioral strategies and traditional talk therapy she helps clients reach their personal goals to improve their quality of life.