Caroline Astacio, LCSW joined Greenwich House’s Center for Resiliency and Wellness in May 2021 as a Bilingual Psychotherapist. She provides Telehealth psychotherapy to 36 adults and is a fluent speaker of Spanish.
Ms. Astacio has extensive experience as an administrator in congregate housing programs for older adults, individuals with mental health and substance abuse, and women in temporary housing. She has also worked as a therapist with children, adolescents, and adults in community mental health clinics, using a culturally competent lens.
Her former employers include: Center for Urban Community Services; Henry Street Settlement; Metropolitan Center for Mental Health; and Project FIND.
Ms. Astacio obtained a Master’s degree in Social Work from Fordham University and a post-graduate certificate in Advanced Clinical Practice from New York University. She has completed the following trainings: EMDR Level I and II, Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
In addition to the National Association of Social Workers, Ms. Astacio is a member of the NYS Society of Clinical Social Workers, NC Society of Clinical Social Workers, and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in NY and NC. In her spare time, Ms. Astacio enjoys cooking, reading literary fiction, and reading non-fiction related to psychotherapy.