Meet Carolina Arboleda, M.A.

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It’s our privilege to introduce you to LifeWorks’ pre-doctoral intern for 2021-22, Carolina Arboleda, M.A.

Carolina Arboleda, M.A.
Carolina Arboleda, M.A.

How did you first learn about LifeWorks?
I learned about LifeWorks through the pre-doctoral internship process.

What drew you to LifeWorks? 
I was drawn to LifeWorks due to the emphasis on depth psychotherapy and the diverse populations served at this site, including the LGTBQ community and other marginalized and underserved populations. 

What are you hoping to gain at LifeWorks, and how do you imagine it will impact your future?
I hope to gain greater clinical knowledge and understanding of the diverse populations we serve. 

In the short amount of time, since you joined LifeWorks, what has surprised you most and why?
One thing that surprised me since I joined LifeWorks is the warmth and ease of communication between all practice members. They made me feel welcome and supported, which aligns with the practice philosophy and how I strive to make my clients feel when working with me. 

Anything else professionally that you are particularly looking forward to this year?
Professionally, I’m also looking forward to public speaking and improving my presentation skills through participation in the Speakers Bureau. 

To learn more about Carolina, visit her bio here.

Cindy Trawinski is a licensed clinical psychologist, a Diplomate in Process-oriented Psychology (also known as Process Work) and a certified Imago Relationship Therapist. She is a founding partner of LifeWorks Psychotherapy Center and North Shore Psychotherapy Associates and has offices in Chicago and Skokie, IL. Cindy is the former CEO of the Process Work Institute, in Portland, OR and a member of the International Association of Process-oriented Psychology (IAPOP), in Zurich, Switzerland. Cindy is a frequent speaker on topics including: Creativity, Diversity and Multicultural Issues; Sex Positivity; Rank & Power; Therapist Bias; and Polyamory.