Caitlin Wick

Caitlin is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling at the University of Pennsylvania. Her expected graduation is in May 2023, when she will begin working toward full LPC licensure. 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 faculty members at the University of Pennsylvania.

Relationships, Premarital, Family, Anxiety, Depression, Grief, Assesments

Telehealth, Takoma Park


With the belief that empathy and compassion are the most effective therapeutic tools, I work from an eclectic, client-centered approach and draw upon humanistic and psychodynamic theories, in addition to Imago Relationship Therapy. I work with individuals and couples to co-create a collaborative, supportive environment for change, healing, and connection.

I am passionate about relationships and the impact they have on our lives. I support couples as they learn how to build empathy in their relationship, communicate more effectively, move through conflicts more smoothly, and deepen their connection. As an Imago Therapist in training, I am excited to work with couples as they gain the tools to support and facilitate their growth as they continue through life together.

Before beginning my education as a counselor, I was a professional musician and teacher, living and performing throughout South Africa, Europe, and the United States. I understand the complexities of expressing the inarticulable, managing career changes, adapting to new cultures, and learning to thrive in high-pressure situations. I love helping people to manage stress under pressure, to process rejection and loss, to remain flexible in the face of change, and to bring curiosity to the unknown.

I enjoy working with people of all identities and ages as they navigate transitions, strengthen self-awareness and confidence, and build more meaningful relationships.

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