Carrie Booth, LMSW
Carrie Booth is a fully licensed clinical social worker in the state of Michigan. She earned her Master’s in social work from Western Michigan University. Carrie has experience in the areas of reproductive health care, end of life care, and has over a decade of experience working with children. Carrie has spent the last seven years working in public schools and has experience with Individualized Education Plans, 504s, and school behavior intervention plans.
Carrie has helped children and adolescents to address anxiety, depression, ADHD, social skill deficits, oppositional defiant disorder, relational conflict, and self esteem issues. She utilizes an eclectic approach to meet each child’s needs, drawing from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, play therapy approaches, the CASEL framework, attachment theories, mindfulness techniques, and psychodynamic approaches. She emphasizes partnering with parents, schools, and support systems to create a strong foundation of support for her clients. Carrie believes in building therapeutic relationships with unconditional positive regard and honoring the humanity in each of the children she works with.