Caleb grew up in the pumpkin capitol of the world Morton, Illinois. His love for history took him to Siloam Springs, Arkansas where he received his undergraduate degree in History at John Brown University. After graduation, he was a paraprofessional for a special education program at a high school in Illinois. Through friends, Caleb was able to get a job teaching in Santa Lucia Cotzumalguapa, Guatemala where he taught for three years. He was able to learn the language and still enjoys speaking Spanish whenever he can. Through being a teacher, Caleb found that what he enjoyed more than history were people and interacting with them one on one. This led Caleb to acquire his Masters degree in Biblical Counseling at Dallas Theological Seminary.
Prior to entering private practice, Caleb worked with the Dallas Area Rape Crisis Center where he interacted with individuals impacted by trauma and helped them get to a place where they felt as though they are thriving. Caleb has worked with a variety of populations, age groups, and clients of diversity. Outside of work, Caleb enjoys reading, biking, gardening, cooking, hiking, traveling and watching film noirs with his wife.