Caitlyn helps adults who feel disconnected from themselves and struggle to understand their emotional patterns and relationships. Her clients work with her because they want to break free of old habits, pursue meaning, and live more authentically. Caitlyn wants her clients to embrace self-compassion, heal from past wounds, and improve their connections with themselves and others.
Caitlyn approaches therapy with openness, curiosity, and presence. She believes there's no one right way to do therapy - it's about showing up as you are. She aims to provide a warm, nonjudgmental environment where clients feel safe, heard, and valued to share anything and everything that comes to mind. She sees therapy as collaborative exploration, where she is a "partner in thought" to her clients. She emphasizes being fully present and engaged, meeting her clients where they are in their emotional world.
At Relational Psych, Caitlyn specializes in psychodynamic and relational modalities, while integrating attachment, art, and somatic therapies to help clients delve into their stories, emotions, behaviors, and patterns. In sessions, clients can experience attunement and learn to attune more to themselves. This multifaceted approach allows a greater sense of clarity and agency to make changes in one's life.
When she's not supporting clients in session, you can find Caitlyn being outside in nature, doing yoga, working on jigsaw puzzles, and spending quality time with loved ones.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker Associate - 61468463
Supervised by Dr. Claney (PY 60880033)
New York University - Masters of Social Work
University of Washington - Psychology; Early Childhood Family Studies
Gottman Method Couples Therapy - Level 2