Caitlin Mede

Caitlin earned her B.A. in Psychology at Temple University and is currently finishing her M.S. in Mental Health Counseling at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Caitlin has worked in hospital settings and college settings and has experience working with individuals struggling with substance use disorders, depression, trauma, and anxiety. She believes that focusing on the whole person, including their mental health, physical health, environment, social life, and values, is critical to growth. Caitlin’s goal is to help people to live their most meaningful life and believes that looks different for each client. Her approach is to be creative, laugh, and have fun even while working through difficult problems.

Caitlin works with adolescents 14 and older, as well as the adult population. Specialties include: health and lifestyle changes such as sustaining exercise routines and plant-based diets; organization and scheduling; relapse prevention; dealing with anxiety and more. Caitlin’s general availability is Wednesday through Sunday.