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Stop Waiting for the Other Shoe to Drop. Start Living.

Compassionate trauma therapy for high-functioning women

Online Trauma Therapy Maryland and Rhode Island

Let go of perfectionism, stop people-pleasing and heal from the past.

  • Despite countless years of therapy and tons of success in your work you struggle with the nagging feeling that you're "not enough"

  • Your feeling of "not enoughness" leads you to settle for crumbs in relationships and work, leaving you feeling depleted and resentful

  • You're thoughtful and understanding with everyone but yourself and can't cut yourself any slack

  • You grew up in a chaotic household and constantly felt like you were walking on eggshells

  • You feel guilty every time you say "no" and engage in people-pleasing to avoid conflict, which you fear more than anything

  • In order to be safe you have to manage the emotions of everyone around you, even at your own expense

  • You're ready to do the work and need someone to walk alongside you while you do

Does this sound like you?

Now Offering EMDR Intensives virtually and in-person in Frederick, Maryland!

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Welcome,
I see you and I can help.

Hi! I'm Caitlin, I've dedicated my career to using EMDR therapy to help women transcend the grip of complex PTSD, anxiety and co-dependency to reclaim their lives. 

I use proven techniques to help you heal at the root level and reconnect you with your inner wisdom. Fill out the contact page to begin your transformation today!

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Offering Online Trauma and EMDR Therapy in Maryland and Rhode Island

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I help women overcome:

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Complex PTSD

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Codependency

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Perfectionism and Anxiety

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Testimonials

“"Trust me when I say, Caitlin is a rare GEM in this field! She has an uncanny way of making all parts of you feel seen, while challenging you to make lasting change, and is skillfully gentle in unburdening deep attachment wounds according to your comfort."

Katie O'Mailey, LCSW-C, RYT

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My Background

A lot of my clients don’t care about my background. But many of my clients who have been hurt by other people need to know I understand. So here goes!

I first began my work with trauma in college, where I served as an Advocate for survivors of intimate partner violence, sexual assault, and stalking at my University's Crisis Response Center. I've done everything from go to court with clients to get protective orders to accompanying clients to the hospital for forensic exams. I then went on to continue working at the office post-graduation as an Advocate. While there, I began to notice the connection between addictions, eating disorders and trauma

 

While working there, I also served as a Crisis Counselor on RAINN's national chatline for these same populations, as well as those experiencing child abuse. I went on to gain experience working with dual diagnosis (mental health and substance use) in both the IOP and PHP setting before making my way to a group private practice where I specialized in trauma therapy.

There, I worked with survivors of childhood emotional neglect, physical, emotional and sexual abuse. I've heard stories people swore they would carry to their grave and walked alongside them to the other side. 

I created Intuitive Healing and Wellness LLC because I saw the connections between traumatic experiences and eating disorders and substance use and didn't feel there were enough practitioners trained to treat these things holistically. 

I view addictions, eating disorders, self-harm and other compulsive behaviors as coping skills that likely helped you survive your trauma instead of problems to be fixed. 

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