Caleb Dunn, LPC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Clinical Director


Caleb Dunn, therapist in Philadelphia with red facial hair, shaved head and brown eyes. Caleb Dunn is wearing a dark green button up shirt and clear glasses while looking at the camera smiling in an office at The Better You Institute with a shelf and light in the background.

Caleb Dunn



Philadelphia Therapist

I have been told that I have a good balance of being light-hearted, genuine, and serious. I want you to know that you can be open about your struggles without judgment while knowing that I can handle the intensity of life’s challenges that you experience. Life is a process, and so will be our therapeutic relationship! I will help you in learning how your strengths can help you recognize, understand, and challenge or break out of negative patterns that you are struggling within your life.

My primary experiences include working with children and families in Philadelphia, and the greater Philadelphia area. I have had the honor of helping at-risk youth, young adults, and their families; this includes BIPOC and LGBTQ+ teens and their families experiencing difficulties navigating family changes. I work with helping families to fix patterns in the home that have led to conflicts.

Additionally, I also work with adults to process relationship concerns, anxiety, depression, and traumas. You can only imagine how events and traumas, that occur in a person’s childhood, can affect them in adulthood. I enjoy helping adults understand the relationship between their current interaction patterns in their adult life, and how those patterns developed. Work can be done to break those patterns, no matter how old you are! There are so many parts that makeup who you are as a person as it relates to your identity and how you relate to the world; I would love the opportunity to help you grow into a more confident and assertive version of yourself.

The primary (umbrella) modality that I use is Eco-Systemic Structural Family Therapy (ESFT) to understand, and treat, the impact of traumas on relationships. From there, I will frequently use Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Person-Centered Therapy in order to work with individuals and/or families. I look forward to understanding you, your child, or your family on a deeper level by exploring how upbringing, trauma, and interpersonal patterns affected how you got stuck in a life that you’re not happy with.

My only goal is to help you to become a better version of yourself, or your family to have the tools that they need for success in life!

Schedule of Availability: 

Monday: 9-1p in office, virtual; 3-8p in-home

Tuesday: 3-8p in office or virtual

Wednesday: 3-8p in office or virtual

Thursday 12-8p in-home or virtual

Friday: 9-5p in office or virtual




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