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Caroline Strauss

Jewish Communal Leadership Program Class of 2023

Caroline Strauss is originally from Farmington Hills, Michigan. She is studying interpersonal practice and completed her first field placement with Jewish Family Servies of Washtenaw's County's Thrive Counseling Services, where she worked with adult clients She is currently working on her second field placement at the Anxiety and OCD Treatment Center of Ann Arbor. Caroline completed her undergraduate degree at Michigan State University, where she majored in Psychology with minors in Human Behavior and Social Services and Health Promotion. During her time in undergrad, she was involved at Michigan State Hillel as the Vice President of Administration, where she planned programs for students and interacted with the greater campus community on behalf of the Jewish community. She also held research positions in the Department of Psychology, which furthered her passion for and interest in helping people. Caroline’s Jewish background includes five summers at Camp Tamarack, as well as involvement at Adat Shalom Synagogue. She became particularly interested in the intersection of social work and Judaism after completing a summer internship at Jewish Family Services of Metropolitan Detroit. Caroline is specifically interested in working with children and families surrounding mental health and breaking the stigma around it. She is excited and honored to be a part of the JCLP and the University of Michigan School of Social Work!

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