Dr. Carol Ray
As a licensed Clinical Psychotherapist with over 20 years of experience, I am dedicated to helping you make positive, lasting changes in your personal life and your relationships. Trust and collaboration are the foundation of a successful therapeutic relationship. Together we will explore your feelings and thought patterns and focus on what you would like to change in your life. I provide a nurturing, empathetic and confidential environment. My primary goals as a therapist are to work collaboratively with you to determine treatment objectives, to do everything I can to help you achieve these objectives and to empower you to know and trust your own inner strengths.
Specializing in teen and young adults is my passion! As a teen, I was diagnosed with depression and therapy was tremendously helpful through that difficult time. The adjustment to college was also more challenging than I anticipated. Academic pressures, break-ups and living away from home was a lot to manage. Now, helping clients during this phase of life is my calling.
I invite you to call me for a complimentary phone consultation. I would be happy to discuss treatment options and how we might work together.
Bachelors Degree in Psychology
Masters in Social Work, Emphasis: Mental Health
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Doctorate in Clinical Psychology
I am committed to providing a safe, affirming, and inclusive therapeutic space for all races, national origins, relationship status, sexual orientations, disabilities, ethnicities, gender identities and religions.
THERAPY FROM WHERE YOU ARE
Virtual therapy allows therapy to be delivered in the comfort of your home - when and where you need it. I am committed to providing exceptional care in whatever capacity is most comfortable for you. Some clients feel time is tight - work schedules, illness, childcare needs - are all important, but ultimately these things leave little room to prioritize your health & well-being.
Shifting therapy sessions to your home makes therapy portable, accessible, confidential, and comfortable. Leaving you feeling more at ease, less frazzled/stressed, and more apt to open up and, in turn, therapy can be more effective and efficient.