Carl has a master’s in clinical Mental Health Counseling at Adler Graduate School, received his Master of Education from the University of Minnesota Graduate School and was a 2020 Minnesota Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (MNLEND) Fellow with a focus on Autism and nature-based therapies.
Carl is a mental health practitioner at the White Bear Lake Clinic. He has nearly two decades of experience teaching, including teaching 6th grade math in the Roseville school district.
Carl believes that People are always changing, and that healthy change happens when we connect with people, animals, and nature (whatever feels bigger than ourselves). He considers movement and exercise to be the most natural ways we can get our breathing and brains “unstuck;” out of negative loops. Carl uses strengths-based, trauma informed, IFS informed, and CBT counseling strategies, and he is a novice chess player.