Carolyn Ann Romano, MSW, LICSW, teaches courses covering Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, General Systems Theory, Group Development, Clinical Pathology and Adventure Therapy at the Boston College School of Social Work. In addition to earning her BA in Social Work at The Catholic University of America and her MSW at Boston College Graduate School of Social Work, Carolyn has post-graduate training in Solution-Focused Brief Therapy and Brief Strategic Family Therapy.
In her private practice at Counseling Collaborative, LLC, Ms. Romano works primarily with adolescents, adults and families. Employing Solution-Focused, Cognitive Behavioral Therapies and Adventure Therapy Techniques, she most commonly addresses client concerns relating to anxiety, depression, mood disorders, family systems and adolescent development. Ms. Romano is an accomplished Solution-Focused and Adventure Therapy trainer who has delivered trainings as far away as New Zealand.
Excel Academy: Group Therapy Curriculum Development Training; 7th Adventure Therapy Best practices conference. Durham, NH. Theoretical Underpinnings of Adventure Therapy: merging traditional clinical models within the adventure therapy framework; National School Social Work Conference, Boston, MA. Solution-Focused Brief Therapy in the Classroom Co-Presenters: Stephanie C. Berzin, Phd and Kimberly H. M. O’Brien, Phd
Private Practice; Consultant/ Trainer; Clinical Director Walden Street School; Clinical Director North Star Adventure, Health and Education Services, Inc.