I encourage clients to identify and challenge their unhelpful thinking and behavior patterns while offering education and practice in communicating, giving way to improved moods and more enriching relationships with others
I work primarily with men and take an educational, cognitive-behavioral approach to DV groups. I enjoy connecting my clients to their values and facilitating change toward their ideal selves. I also believe that accountability is empowering. Importantly, I encourage accountability with my clients as a means of stopping abuse and control. I believe there is a nonviolent solution to all conflicts. Without a doubt, I enjoy teaching my clients how to meet their needs compassionately, without harming or controlling others. I encourage my clients to examine the relationship between their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors for the purpose of developing improved moods, value-oriented behavior, and positive thinking that gives way to both.
Caleb primarily leads therapeutic groups. For more information on how to work with Caleb in our anger management/domestic violence groups, please go here.