Psychē Nashville Psychologists, Therapists, and Counselors
DBT and CBT Therapy in Nashville for Adults and Adolescents. Treating Depression, Anxiety, and Personality Disorders.

Caroline Anderson

Caroline Anderson is a therapist who works with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, and suicidal clients. She is a DBT therapist and specializes in family and couples therapy.

Forget therapy—let’s just have a conversation.
— Caroline Anderson, MMFT

Caroline Anderson, MMFT**

  • Couples Counseling

  • Conflict Management

  • Rule 31 Qualified Mediator

  • Entertainment Industry Stressors

  • Anxiety

  • Personal Growth and Exploration

  • Phase of Life Issues

  • DBT therapist for Adults and Adolescents

Standard Individual Therapy: $100 (45 minutes)

DBT package for 6 months: $8,000 - $20,500

**Under the supervision of Sarah Kmita, LPC-MHSP. Not eligible for insurance reimbursement.

Caroline is a graduate of Lipscomb University where she obtained her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy, with a specialization in conflict management.  Caroline is also a Rule 31 Qualified Family Mediator. She completed her undergraduate degree in Music Business from Belmont University and is still actively involved in the music industry. Caroline’s diverse background in psychology, music, sports, and bizarre hobbies contributes to who she is as a therapist. 

Caroline specializes in treating adolescents, adults, couples, families and performing artists. She has succeeded in building close relationships with some of the toughest personalities imaginable--because she's the real deal. Caroline has experience working with addiction, self-image issues, self-harm and suicidal ideation, anxiety, depression, perfectionism, relational issues, and existential crisis.

In her free time, Caroline enjoys singing, playing instruments, and rock climbing outdoors or at the local climbing gym. Caroline believes being called “weird” is a compliment and thrives on helping others find their strengths and embracing their "inner weirdness."