Carol Getkin, Psy.D., LLP

Dr. Carol Getkin is a doctoral level psychologist, under the supervision of Dr. Ann Moye Ph.D.  Dr. Getkin received her Master’s degree in Clinical and Humanistic Psychology from the Michigan School of Professional Psychology and her Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology with a concentration in Child/Adolescent/Family from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology.  Dr. Getkin is psychodynamically oriented, and uses an integrated approach to meet the individual needs of each client pulling from CBT, DBT, ACT, Interpersonal/Relational, Play Therapy, and Family Structural approaches.  Dr. Getkin is dedicated to treating people of all ages.  While she is experienced in treating a wide range of psychological disorders, she specializes in mood disorders, eating disorders, and trauma.  Dr. Getkin has experience working in a variety of settings and various levels of care in which she has implemented individual, group, and family therapy.  She has specialized clinical training in working with survivors of domestic violence and sexual abuse, and she completed her doctoral internship and fellowship at partial hospitalization programs for individuals with severe eating disorders and co-occurring disorders.  She has completed research focusing on attachment and family adjustment, and has publications in literature provided to returning active duty military parents in effort to assist in the family reintegration process.  Dr. Getkin believes in meeting clients where they are at such that she can facilitate the process of turning grief into grace.  She works to create a safe and strength-based therapeutic environment in an effort to foster each client’s self-determination in the healing process.