Her main specialties are couples, adults, teens, individuals, and families. Carey has worked with a variety of populations from older children to adults and issues such as: family conflict, grief and loss, trauma, co-dependency, depression, anxiety, and a range of behavioral issues. Particular areas of interest to her include: new parents, women's issues, coping with childhood or relational trauma, sexual intimacy, infidelity issues, infertility, helping family members through divorce, step-families, coping with loved ones' mental health or substance abuse issues, and parenting children of any age. She has enjoyed working with diverse populations. Carey believes that the client is as much the expert as the therapist. She is interested in working as a team with her clients to solve the unique issues they may be facing. Carey uses a number of theories and models including Family Systems, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Psychoanalytical approaches.