Carol Anderson, D.Min., ACSW, LMSW, is a licensed clinical social worker with over 25 years of experience in the fields of mental health, addictions, and co-occurring disorders. Her other specialties include grief and trauma, women’s issues, chronic pain management, holistic healing, GLBTQ concerns, and spirituality and transpersonal psychology.
Dr. Anderson has been educated and trained in the fields of education, social work, and spirituality, and she holds a Doctor of Ministry degree (non-denominational/interfaith) specializing in spirituality. Besides working in clinical positions, she also has a background in program development and management/supervision. Carol has worked as an adjunct professor at Ferris State University (undergraduate social work) and Grand Valley State University (social work graduate program). She is certified as a clinical hypnotherapist and has her Reiki I and II certifications. She is a member of Who’s Who of American Women and Who’s Who of America, and is affiliated with the University of Michigan Health System Comprehensive Gender Services Program.
Dr. Anderson is the author of Where All Our Journeys End: Searching for the Beloved in Everyday Life (C. Lynn Anderson, 2008), which has been praised for its depth of study and its beauty of prose and poetry. The book is a reader-friendly version of her dissertation and combines the studies of the world’s religious and spiritual traditions with psychology. She writes online book reviews and volunteers in a variety of capacities.
Mental Health, Addictions, and Co-occurring Disorders, Grief and Trauma, Women’s Issues, Chronic Pain Management, Holistic healing, GLBTQ Concerns, and Spirituality and Transpersonal Psychology