Carin Rodenborn Wohadlo is a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate (LPCC in the state of Colorado) with a passion for working with creative folks, including: visual artists, writers, poets, musicians, dancers, choreographers, performing artists, designers, and artists engaged in emergent creative disciplines. She welcomes the opportunity to work with clients of all backgrounds, whether or not you identify as an artist, as all humans hold the potential for creative healing engagement in relationships and in the world.
Our creative practices and our lived lives are intertwined and ever evolving. This can foster a life lived deeply with meaning, and it can also present some challenges. Carin specializes in helping artist-identified clients sort through these challenges. She also has experience supporting clients grappling with the hard work of being human in our complex world, including: making meaning; relationships and friendships; loss and grief; fertility and infertility; prenatal, pregnancy, and postnatal experiences; motherhood and parenthood; career and livelihood; and, spirituality.
Carin draws on psychodynamic and humanistic approaches to therapy, paired with creative and poetic strategies. Looking through a holistic lens—contexts, systems, identities—always informs the work, as well. With reverence for the expansiveness of the human experience—the traumas and the joys—Carin celebrates the curiosity and strength that is an innate part of the therapeutic process with all her clients.
Carin received her MA in Mental Health Counseling from Northwestern University. She received her MFA from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, and spent fifteen years teaching studio art and cultural studies courses at colleges and universities across the United States. Carin is accepting new clients via teletherapy in the State of Colorado.