Caitlyn Chapman, M.A., LPCC Clinical Counselor, Expressive Arts Therapist

Caitlin Chapman was trained at Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where she earned a dual Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling and Expressive Arts. She has nine years of clinical experience, working in a variety of settings, including: inpatient psychiatric hospitals, therapeutic schools, and community clinics. She currently works as a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in private practice with individuals, couples, and families. She specializes in issues related to identity development, mood dysregulation, trauma, and resolution of relational conflicts.

Caitlin utilizes a client-centered, humanistic approach to treatment. She enjoys helping clients tap into their inner resilience and learn to bounce back from difficult life experiences. When facilitating group treatment at Practical Recovery, Caitlin incorporates principles of Positive Psychology and Expressive Arts to inspire clients to discover or re-engage with feelings of joy and a thirst for living.

Caitlin is a small town mountain girl at heart. She enjoys finding ways to continue to fuel her own expressive passions, including singing, poetry, painting, and dance.