Caitlin Boyland holds a Master's degree in Psychology from Indiana Wesleyan University, with a focus on Positive Psychology and Life Coaching. As a former women's advocate in a domestic violence shelter, Caitlin has first-hand knowledge of the lasting effects that violence has on one's mental health. Witnessing residents endure, depression, post traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, overall self esteem issues, is what prompted her interest in the education of mental health. Caitlin's experience includes case management within the Howard County Domestic Violence Program, to utilize various mental health skills, including goal-setting, offering needed resources for thriving, positive self-talk, gratitude, and various other skills. She uses group therapy, as well as individual Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) with residents on a daily and weekly basis to aid in their coping. Caitlin utilizes her education and experience to promote mental health and wellness in her clients. In her free time, Caitlin enjoys spending time with her family and dogs, reading, meditating, and working on crafts.
Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, Nothing is going to get better. It's not. ― Dr. Seuss, The Lorax