Carrie Heinze-Musgrove has been a licensed therapist since 1996. Her clinical experiences are very diverse. Carrie has extensive training and experience in group therapy and individual therapy. She has worked in both inpatient and outpatient hospital settings in Chicago and the Dallas Fort Worth area. She now practices exclusively through video conferencing on FaceTime, Vsee and Skype.
She sees people who struggle with a wide range of issues that have led them to seek supportive and compassionate care. Some of these difficulties include, but are not limited to, stress, depression, anxiety, relationships and anger problems, chronic unhappiness or emptiness, low self-esteem, low self-worth, lack of confidence and women’s related issues.
Carrie holds a master’s degree in Psychology. She is licensed in both Illinois as a Licensed Clinical Professional Counsellor (LCPC), and in Texas as a Licensed Professional Counsellor (LPC). Because psychology is dynamic and evolving, she constantly attends seminars and has received additional training in several areas, including providing therapy online. The most valuable part of her knowledge base has come from 18 years of providing therapy and learning first hand how to inspire change with my clients that provides them with solutions for life’s challenges.
Her approach is personable and down-to-earth. Her treatment is integrative with a strong foundation in solution-focused, cognitive behavioural and evidence-based therapies. She supports a safe, non-judgemental therapeutic environment to discuss the thoughts and feelings that may be troubling for her clients. She challenges, teaches and inspires her clients to make changes in their lives. Carrie helps them find their inner strengths, learn how to be true to themselves and identify their true wants and needs. She works as a collaborative team with her clients to explore which aspects of their lives may be holding them back from realising a more emotionally healthy and satisfying life.
Published: 18 December 2014
Last updated: 10 December 2016