Caroline Chambers

Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counseling Associate

Caroline Chambers joined The Barnabas Center Residency Program in the fall of 2020.  She earned her undergraduate degree at Wake Forest University and a Masters in Counseling at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Massachusetts in 2002. 

Since then she’s worked with clients and families throughout the life span from early education to end-of-life issues and has recently taken additional coursework in counseling and theology at the Gordon-Conwell campus in Charlotte.

She sees individual adults and couples looking for help with:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Life transitions
  • Parenting

Caroline’s experience in situations from common family and mental health issues to crisis counseling reflects her desire to walk alongside clients in a variety of life’s struggles.  She counsels using a person-centered approach applying psychological truths within a Biblical framework.  All people are created in the image of God and bear dignity as human beings, due to our fallen nature, however, we often find ourselves at odds with one another, ourselves and God.  Change happens when we face the reality of who we are, where we came from and what we believe.  When we identify patterns of relating or patterns of belief that contribute to how we hide from God, we can begin the process of change and growth.  She hopes to walk beside clients on this path and join in where God is already at work.

She lives with her husband, Matt, and their three children.  Over the years, Caroline has been blessed by being part of many different faith communities, leading and participating in women’s Bible studies and Spiritual Formation groups.  She also enjoys running, yoga, and a good novel.