Caitlin is currently pursuing a master’s degree in School and Mental Health Counseling at the University of Pennsylvania. In addition to her work at the Imago Center, Caitlin provides counseling services to undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Pennsylvania’s counseling lab and school-based mental health services at Washington International School to students ages 4 to 18. She works under the supervision of advanced
Imago clinician Caroline Bernhardt-Lanier and Dr. Marsha Richardson at the University of Pennsylvania.
Before beginning her education as a counselor, Caitlin was a professional violist and teacher, living and performing throughout South Africa, Europe, and the United States. Drawing from her strengths in the performing arts and experiences from living abroad, Caitlin is passionate about helping clients to manage stress and anxiety under pressure, to process rejection and loss, to remain agile and flexible when facing change, and to bring curiosity to the unknown.
Caitlin enjoys working with people of all identities as they navigate transitions, strengthen self-awareness and confidence, and build more meaningful relationships. With the belief that empathy and compassion are the most significant therapeutic tools, Caitlin brings a humanistic approach to her work with individuals and couples, creating a collaborative,
supportive environment for change and healing.