Caitlin received her Master’s Degree in Social Work (MSW) from the University of Southern Maine and currently holds a conditional clinical license (LMSW-CC). Prior to her formal social work education, Caitlin worked and trained in a variety of community settings and roles with a diverse range of adults and adolescents impacted by individual, systemic, and environmental trauma. As a clinical intern during graduate school, Caitlin trained at Gateway Community Services and here at the Island Institute for Trauma Recovery.
Caitlin brings non-judgmental curiosity and empathy into her clinical relationships; she considers it an honor to partner with clients to uncover their unique strengths, challenges, and ways of experiencing the world. In therapeutic sessions, Caitlin utilizes a range of modalities and skills depending on the needs of each person. These include mindfulness, somatic awareness, harm reduction, EMDR, Motivational Interviewing, narrative therapy, expressive arts approaches, humor, psychoeducation, and CBT.
Throughout her varied professional experiences, Caitlin has aspired towards an affirming, intersectional, anti-oppressive practice grounded in cultural humility. She is a RYT® 200 hour yoga teacher with additional training in trauma informed practice and yoga nidra, a form of guided meditation. Caitlin also holds a MFA from Rutgers University and has worked as a writer and community performance artist.
Caitlin is not currently accepting new clients.
Please get in touch at at firstname.lastname@example.org or 207-808-0951 (text or call) if you would like to connect about future openings.