Caitlin Hargrove

Caitlin Hargrove, LPC-A

Supervised by Michele Brower, LPC-S, CCTP-II, SSP


  • EMDR and EMDR 2.0
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Trauma
  • Life Transitions
  • Eating Disorders
  • Suicidal Ideation
  • Substance Use Issues
  • Dissociation

Availability: Monday through Thursday, late afternoons and evenings

Hi there, my name’s Caitlin, and I would be honored to be part of your healing journey.

I’m trained in Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing (EMDR) and EMDR 2.0 –
those are what I primarily use with clients and where most of my therapy experience is.
EMDR is an evidence-based treatment for a wide range of mental health struggles,
including depression, anxiety, panic, PTSD, OCD, eating disorders, and attachment issues,
among others.

EMDR is based on the concept that mental health symptoms are caused by traumatic
memories. When we experience trauma, the memory is stored differently than a
non-traumatic memory – think of it as being “frozen” on ice and stuck in your mind and
body. EMDR seems to stimulate your brain’s ability to process information, thus
“unfreezing” the memory and allowing the release of any emotions and sensations that
were stuck along with it.

So whether you are coming into therapy because of a specific memory that is very painful,
or you are experiencing mental health symptoms and don’t really know why, we would
address it all through reprocessing past memories.

Thus, oftentimes when we start getting into the work, there will be repressed emotions,
traumatic memories, and other difficult, buried things that will come to the surface. I am
here to help you navigate that process and feel safe and confident walking through this
uncharted territory.

That being said, therapy does not need to be all doom and gloom, and EMDR 2.0 brings
lightness and playfulness into the healing process.

I also incorporate aspects of multiple other modalities, including mindfulness, Acceptance
and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Internal Family Systems (IFS), and sometimes Cognitive
Behavioral Therapy (CBT). I take care to always have a non-judgmental, warm presence and
strongly believe in unconditional positive regard toward my clients.

If you feel ready to make changes in your life and feel better, I look forward to working with
you! I offer in-person sessions and am also available for telehealth appointments as needed. Contact me by using the form below.

Availability: Monday through Thursday, late afternoons and evenings

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