Caleb Chadwick (he/him) is a psychology Postdoctoral Fellow at IntraSpectrum. Caleb takes an interpersonal approach to therapy and his practice is informed by theories of human development and multiculturalism. Caleb’s background training in psychology has a strong social justice orientation and he holds a deep appreciation for the negative consequences of marginalization, discrimination, and bias. As such, he values the diverse intersections of identities that his clients bring into the therapeutic relationship and is mindful of how those identities (and his own) inform the experience of therapy.
Caleb has a particular passion for helping individuals navigate life transitions and strives to cultivate a trusting therapeutic relationship where individuals feel safe exploring their emotions and thoughts without fear of judgment. Caleb has experience working with highly diverse client populations and an array of presenting concerns (i.e. mood-related concerns such as depression and anxiety). Overall, Caleb aims to create a safe, collaborative, and dynamic therapeutic experience for his clients.
Prior to joining IntraSpectrum, Caleb completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Georgia and worked in HIV clinical trials at the University of Washington. He went on complete his counseling M.Ed. at Vanderbilt University and Ph.D. in counseling psychology at Georgia State University. He is trained as a generalist and has completed clinical training experiences at a number of university counseling centers, including Georgia Institute of Technology, Kennesaw State University, and the University of Maryland. Caleb also completed clinical training at Emory University’s Faculty and Staff Assistance Program, as well as two HIV service centers (Positive Impact Health Centers; Nashville Cares) and a cancer support center (Gilda’s Club Nashville).