Caroline “Cali” Dumas, MS, serves as a Clinical Support Specialist for Healthy Futures, combining her clinical and administrative skills to support the treatment process for patients and their families.
She earned a Master of Science in General Clinical Psychology from Eastern Michigan University in 2012 and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Communication Arts from Austin College in 2008. Her passion for working with those struggling with eating disorders and co-occurring mental health issues began in 2008 as a Behavioral Health Technician in a residential treatment center. This experience led her to pursue graduate studies to be able to provide effective and life-saving treatment for individuals struggling with eating disorders.
She is experienced in conducting individual, family, and group therapy as well as psychological assessments and has worked in outpatient, intensive outpatient, partial hospitalization, and residential settings for the treatment of eating disorders in adolescence and adulthood. Her training includes Family-Based Treatment (also known as the Maudsley Method), Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Additionally, she has experience as a Clinical Administrative Coordinator and Clinical Liaison for a partial hospitalization program for adults with eating disorders.
Cali supports and empowers families and individuals through the recovery process with compassionate, understanding, and evidence-based care. She has a passion for working with this population and their loved ones and sharing the message that full recovery from an eating disorder is possible.
She is an Arizona native and in her free time, she enjoys hiking with her family, singing, and reading.