Carolyn Berger, M.Ed., LPCC, Ph.D.
Dr. Carolyn Berger completed her master’s and doctoral degrees in counseling at the University of Florida. She has an undergraduate degree in psychology from Northwestern University. Dr. Berger is a licensed professional counselor (LPC) and a licensed school counselor, with predominant experience at the middle and high school levels. She also trains and supervises counselors at the university level. Currently, she is an assistant professor for the University of Minnesota while practicing part-time at Ballard Clinic.
Dr. Berger specializes in working with children and adolescents who are coping with concerns related to stress, anxiety, depression, identity development, and school/academics. She believes first and foremost in developing a working relationship with her clients. Dr. Berger integrates research-based and creative counseling techniques as needed to help clients reach their goals.
Dr. Berger grew up in St. Louis Park and relocated to attend college in Illinois and Florida. She was away for almost 20 years but recently returned to be closer to family. She now lives in the western suburbs with her husband and two young daughters. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, playing tennis, cheering on her favorite college teams, practicing yoga, and traveling.