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I ground my approach to therapy in Adlerian therapy. I believe that people seek to be whole and cannot be reduced to parts or traits.

Caleb Barnet, MS, LPC

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Counselor

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Halladay Student Services 203
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Counseling Center

A Conversation with Caleb

What is your approach to therapy?

“I ground my approach to therapy in Adlerian therapy. I believe that people seek to be whole and cannot be reduced to parts or traits. I will help you become whole by gaining insight into your environment, family of origin, affiliations, thoughts and sentiment to assist you in crafting your lifestyle. I believe that the past is important and sometimes requires revisiting in order to be whole. You are more than your shortcomings and yours is a story of success, please allow me to encourage you in reaching that same conclusion.”

What do you love the most about A&M-Commerce?

“What I love most about A&M-Commerce is the smaller, personalized environment accompanied by a surprisingly diverse student body. I love interacting and serving students that are unique and allowed the space to celebrate (or nurture) their unique selves and identities. I love walking around the campus and hearing different accents and languages. I love seeing different ethnicities, races and faiths come together. I am just as excited to see and celebrate neurodiversity on our campus.”

Campus Involvement

  • Atypical Ambassadors: “See the Spectrum”
  • Active Minds: “Here for you”
  • International Student Office

Clinical Interests

  • Multicultural and multilingual counseling
  • Self-growth/identity formation
  • Guilt and shame
  • Encouragement
  • Eating disorders

Favorite Quote

“People are like stained-glass windows. They sparkle and shine when the sun is out, but when the darkness sets in, their true beauty is revealed only if there is a light from within.”

Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
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