Carrie D. Dennis is a licensed professional clinical counselor concentrating in individual, marriage and family counseling, and play therapy for children. Carrie has specific interest and training in counseling blended families, grief and career counseling, pre- and post adoption counseling and working with abused and neglected children.
While attending Liberty University where she earned her Masters of Arts Degree in professional counseling, Carrie married her husband of 13 years. Due to having a great concern for children who experience pain, Carrie has taken specialty coursework at Ashland University for play therapy and abuse counseling.
While earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Wright State University, Carrie worked at Upper Valley Medical Center which is a treatment center for treating adolescents. Her clinical internship was done at Wellspring Counseling in Columbus, OH. She also has worked with foster care families and children who were going through the process of adoption.
Mrs. Dennis has spoken to groups and facilitated several different types of workshops and seminars. The informed topics include grief, divorce, blended families, and marriage enrichment. She is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors and regularly attends classes to maintain her license with the State of Ohio.
She is committed to bringing comfort, healing and wholeness to those who are hurting. She has offices in Reynoldsburg and Newark, and can be contacted at 614-367-1108 or 1-800-323-7174 ext. 5.
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