About Carey Rand
Carey is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and received a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Taylor University and a Master’s in Social Work from New York University with a concentration in Clinical Mental Health. In his clinical training, Carey worked within the New York City Public School system and the New York City Public Hospital system in the Outpatient Behavioral Health Department. Since practicing in Chicago, Carey has worked at a residential treatment school at the University of Chicago providing treatment and support to adolescents, emerging adults, and their families. Carey has years of experience working with clients ranging from early childhood to seniors and with a wide range of presenting problems including depression, anxiety, trauma, and psychosis symptoms. In addition, Carey has experience with school-related behavioral, social, developmental, and emotional issues, and he works to collaborate with adolescents and their families to navigate difficult transition periods. While working with clients, Carey emphasizes partnering to build strong, empathic therapeutic alliances and utilizes an integrationist and holistic approach to assess and meet individual’s needs, drawing heavily from psychodynamic principles and trauma-informed practice.