Accepting clients: Yes
Caitlin is a licensed Clinical Social Worker, who works with children and adults of all ages, and specializes in working with people facing life changes, crises, and trauma. Her non-judgmental and empathic approach is firmly rooted in the stages of change and the belief that clients, not therapists, lead the work in therapy.
Every single one of us has inherent worth and is deserving of a life rich with love and peace. Caitlin works with her clients to help them grow that garden of peace and love within themselves, so that no matter where they go, it’s there for them to take refuge in. To do this, she uses various trauma informed and mindful techniques, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Attachment Based Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Family Systems Theory, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
Caitlin graduated from Boston University and has over 5 years of experience in a variety of settings, primarily with adolescents in crisis and persons experiencing homelessness. In addition to providing therapy through East Coast Mental Wellness, she runs a social justice non-for-profit and conducts children’s psychiatric evaluations in a local emergency room.
As someone who has personally struggled with anxiety all her life, Caitlin works with clients struggling with that wretched “monkey mind.” Due to experience supporting clients in group homes, homeless shelters, hospitals, and schools, she also specializes in helping clients struggling with suicidal ideation, self-injurious behaviors, domestic violence, aggression, sexual abuse, and substance use disorders.
She believes that in the most difficult and painful of situations, we can sometimes find strength and insight about who we are. She looks forward to being a companion as you navigate your unique path of life.