Caroline Gebhardt, a body-based psychotherapist and registered yoga teacher, offers psychotherapy and mindful movement to adults and teens at Gaia Counseling, LLC in Decatur, GA. While specializing in disordered eating healing and maternal mental health journeys, she draws upon a blend of DBT, ACT, CBT, narrative therapy, psychodynamic theory and somatic psychotherapy from an attachment-based, trauma-informed framework. Combining cognitive and somatic therapies offers an integrative, unique approach for each client’s goals and needs.
Caroline also offers mindful movement education through her business FLOW Training blending yoga practices, body-based writing, somatic psychology and developmental movement patterns to help reintegrate mind, body and spirit through an attachment-based theoretical perspective. The combination of her counseling experience and movement background led her to create the M-Bodied series of workshops for clinicians and psychotherapy groups.
Caroline draws from a variety of yoga, movement, writing, and trauma-informed systems. Some of these experiences include studying developmental movement patterning within the autonomic nervous system with Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen; a Body of Light immersion of yoga philosophy and alignment-based hatha yoga; a Grounded Kids yoga training teaching mindfulness and yoga to children and adolescents; and ongoing trauma-informed and somatic-based psychoeducational studies. Caroline regularly practices and facilitates free-form movement and yoga classes in her community, and is on the medical advisory council for Atlanta’s Eating Disorders Information Network.
Caroline participates in ongoing supervision with Janet Fluker, LPC and direction with Christy Burkett, LPC.
Caroline Gebhardt, APC, NCC, RYT
Body-Based Psychotherapy specializing in Disordered Eating, Addictions, Anxiety, Depression, Maternal Mental Health, Mindful Movement & More in Atlanta and Decatur, Georgia.
“This is your body, your greatest gift, pregnant with wisdom you do not hear, grief you thought was forgotten, and joy you have never known.” - Marion Woodman