About Me

“When a person becomes aware of their genius and they live it and they give generously from it, they change the world, they affect the world.” 
― 
Michael Meade

I hold a a Masters in Integral Counselling Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies, a Masters degree in philosophy with a focus on existentialism, and a diploma in depth psychotherapy. I am currently studying Somatic Attachment Psychotherapy, an approach that integrates body awareness, nervous system regulation and relational patterning.

I am a passionate and community-oriented individual with strong interests in nature based therapy and ecopsychology, spirituality and social justice. Since 2015, I have been involved with a non-denominational meditation community called the Consciousness Explorers Club where we engage with the intersections of mental health, social justice and mindfulness.

I identify as Jewish, white-bodied, neurodivergent and queer.

After working for five years in the worlds of food security and systems change, I felt drawn to focus my energy less on the external world and more more on the internal world through the practice of counselling and psychotherapy.

When I’m not working or studying, I’m spending much of my time outdoors with my therapy-dog-in-training.

I am available to connect both in person and online. I am currently practicing as an intern under supervision, RCC #1287.

I gratefully reside on traditional territory of the Lekwungen (Songhees & Esquimalt), W̱SÁNEĆ and Quw’utsun peoples in the place now also known as Victoria, BC.

Shot at Pacific Rim National Park, British Columbia, Summer 2019

contact: caitlin@pivotintoharmony.com