Carter Asnien CT, Intern Carter is a graduate student obtaining his Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Cleveland State University. He completed his Bachelor of Science in Psychology at The Ohio State University with a Minor in Child Abuse and Neglect. Through his professional research experiences, Carter has focused on cultivating relationships with people who identify as members of marginalized communities to understand better and combat oppressive systems. Through his studies and lived experiences, Carter dedicates his time to advocating for the LGBTQIA+ community and people with disability statuses. Carter utilizes an integrative theoretical approach to counseling that allows each client to work collaboratively with him to work towards their goals. Depending on each client's unique needs, Carter draws from constructivist, gestalt, person-centered, and dialectical-behavioral modalities to develop a custom-tailored experience. With each client, Carter takes an affirming, empathetic, and creative stance to foster a therapeutic relationship. When Carter is not in the office or at school, he spends his time rock climbing, practicing yoga, hiking, or spending time with his cat, Cornelius. Carter’s pronouns are he/him/his. Carter sees clients in-person and virtually. Carter is under the supervision of Pete Finnerty, LPCC-S.