Caleb Collins is a staff therapist at IntraSpectrum Counseling, offering psychotherapy to individuals, couples and groups. Caleb approaches his work with an understanding that each client’s experience is unique and he appreciates the courage it takes to engage in therapy. He focuses on helping clients feel heard and understood while exploring the sources of their difficulty. Caleb is candid yet kind and seeks to bridge the gap between client and therapist through collaboration; he believes clients are the best experts on themselves and what they want for therapy. He is trained in Insight-Oriented Psychodynamic therapy, Relational therapy, Existential/Humanistic interventions and Cognitive-Behavioral therapy.
Caleb is experienced in working with diverse clients managing a wide range of issues. His areas of specialization include LGBTQI-affirmative therapy, trauma, anxiety, depression, gender and sexual identity development, addiction, relationships, self-awareness and career counseling.
Prior to joining IntraSpectrum, Caleb gained experience working with individuals across the lifespan. He has provided counseling to children and adolescents struggling with a wide range of diagnoses including Social/Emotional disorders and Autism Spectrum disorders. He completed his training at the Center on Halsted’s Sexual Orientation and Gender Institute, where he provided individual, couples and group psychotherapy to LGBTQI adults. Additionally, he has provided consultation and training to all levels of primary and secondary educators on the subject of school bullying. He has been a guest lecturer at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology on topics of Existential and Humanistic treatment interventions and applying Career Counseling to professional practice. Caleb is a Licensed Professional Counselor and received his M.A. in Clinical Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and his B.A. in Business Management from Drury University.