Taranaki born and bred, Caitlin is an intern psychologist completing her Doctor of Clinical Psychology training through Massey University, Wellington. Prior to this she completed a Postgraduate Certificate in Arts (Psychology) through Massey University, and a Bachelor of Arts with Honours (First Class) at the University of Otago.
Caitlin’s doctorate thesis is exploring how we can best support disabled sexual violence survivors, especially those with intersecting marginalised identities. With a background in social justice she is passionate about working with people who often experience discrimination, including the disabled, rainbow, and migrant communities. She enjoys taking an eclectic approach to her practice and working with people across the lifespan.