Carolyn Ebeling is the CAPS embedded counselor for the UNC Hussman School of Journalism and Media. They received a bachelor's degree in English from UNC and a master's of social work from UNC’s School of Social Work. Their professional interests include working with issues surrounding the LGBTQIA+ community, family of origin challenges, relationships and life transitions, among many others. Ebeling strives to create a warm and non-judgmental space for students to explore their thoughts and feelings. Ebeling is passionate about anti-racist and anti-oppressive practices and believes that intersectional identities are an essential part of therapeutic work. Their work is informed by dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), strengths-based and trauma-informed practices. Ebeling wrote for The Daily Tar Heel during their time as an undergraduate student and loved the experience.
- B.A., UNC; M.S.W., UNC Chapel Hill