Education, Training, & Certifications
About Caroline Rowlader, LPC-MHSP
TENNESSEE THERAPIST SPECIALIZING IN COUNSELING FOR ANXIETY, DEPRESSION, AND YOUNG ADULT ISSUES
Caroline Rowlader is a Licensed Professional Counselor with Mental Health Service Provider designation (License #4518) in Tennessee. She has worked and trained in a variety of settings and has undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Georgia and Columbus State University. She completed graduate training at the Pastoral Institute and has since worked in private practice, community mental health, and substance abuse clinics throughout Georgia and Tennessee. Caroline specializes in working with young adults ages 18-35 in challenging their anxiety and depression through evidence-based therapy interventions.
Caroline lives in Chattanooga TN with her husband (a retired Army Captain) and two dogs (a Great Pyrenees and an English Bulldog). Caroline is originally from the metro-Atlanta area and is the second oldest of 7 children, four of whom were adopted from either Vietnam or Ethiopia. Caroline is a former Division 1 soccer player, an avid Georgia Bulldogs fan, and a 3w4 on the Enneagram. Additionally, Caroline is chronic-illness informed (suffers from chronic migraine) and Health-at-Every-Size/Intuitive Eating aligned. She enjoys traveling, spending time with her family, and trying new restaurants and breweries in Chattanooga.
B.S. Psychology, Minor Public Health
University of Georgia
M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Columbus State University
Licensed Professional Counselor - MHSP
State of Tennessee License #4518
Nationally Certified Counselor
National Board for Certified Counselors