AB, Bryn Mawr College // MSS, Bryn Mawr College
Caitlin Haskett comes to Anxiety Institute with broad clinical experience working with people with eating disorders, autism spectrum disorders, trauma-related disorders, and anxiety disorders in intensive treatment programs. Caitlin specializes in second and third-wave Cognitive Behavioral Therapies with an emphasis on exposure-based techniques. As part of the LGBTQIA+ community, Caitlin has an affinity for working with LGBTQIA+ adolescents and young adults. Additionally, in 2020, Caitlin received the L. Diane Bernard Award for LGBT and Human Sexuality Projects while completing graduate studies at Bryn Mawr College School for Social Work and Social research.
Caitlin’s clinical approach focuses on clients’ lived it experience, recognizing that each person is the expert in their own life. Outside of work, Caitlin is a board game enthusiast and proud snake parent, focused on community. Caitlin’s warm, relational style helps clients to develop their own authenticity.
In high school I had a passion for acting but faced stage fright. With time, and practice performing, I grasped that I could be anxious AND do what was important to me. Working with mentors and therapists, I have come to view anxiety as something that can be functional when approached from the right angle. My goal is to help clients forge a less fearful, and more productive, relationship with anxiety.