Caroline Freeman, B.S., QMHP
Caroline currently works as a Therapeutic Day Treatment clinician with Family Preservation Services where she enjoys helping children develop self-regulation and social skills and teaching therapeutic techniques for use in the classroom. Caroline is completing her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Liberty University. She has participated in past research regarding grief in high school students, professor-student social relationships, and the effect of disability labels on perceptions of college students. Caroline enjoys nurturing her succulent garden, spending time with her husband, and journaling. Caroline is thankful for the opportunity to contribute to VA-ASERVIC throughout the upcoming year as Secretary.