Carrie L. Wilbert, TLMHC, CRC
Carrie Wilbert earned her master’s degree in Rehabilitation and Addiction Counseling from St Cloud University, MN in 2018. She is currently a doctoral candidate in the Counselor Education and Supervision program at the University of Iowa. She is a temporary Licensed Mental Health Counselor (tLMHC), and also a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC). Carrie’s clinical research interests include exploring how the intersectionality of multiculturalism, disability and language affect the counseling relationship. Carrie has completed advanced clinical coursework in substance use and co-occurring mental health issues, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and vocational rehabilitation. Carrie uses a client-centered and DBT skills informed approach to individualize treatment for individuals who may be struggling with issues of emotional dysregulation and anxiety.
Carrie has extensive experience working with people with disabilities including people who are deaf and hard of hearing and is fluent in American Sign Language (ASL). Carrie’s clinical experiences include: working with individuals with intersectional identities, chronic pain and illness, grief and loss, depression and anxiety. Carrie has experience in treating people who may be struggling with the effects of hearing loss, chronic pain or illness, substance use, depression and anxiety. Carrie focuses on an individual’s strengths and personal goals to assist them in building a life worth living.