Caitlin Moretz Counseling
Licensed Social Worker Associate Advanced
“My hope with my practice is to utilize creative and client-centered practices that promote healing and self-actualization in order to help guide clients to live balanced, boundaried, and wholehearted lives.”
In my clinical practice, my client is the expert to their story. I ask tough questions to encourage contemplative processing, and incorporate role playing, guided imagery, meditation, and mindfulness practices depending on the need. Using Evidence Based Practices (EBPs), I encourage my clients to develop trust in themselves, become comfortable with discomfort, and create a sense of power over thoughts. Additionally, my goal is to help guide and empower individuals to travel through spiritual and/or life transitions, as well as process and heal from past sufferings. My hope is to help guide clients to become comfortable in their own skin, identify and uproot barriers to healthy living, develop a deeper understanding of client’s mind, body, and spirit, as well as learn to connect deeply and meaningfully with themselves and the world around them.
"Using Evidence Based Practices (EBPs), I encourage my clients to develop trust in themselves, become comfortable with discomfort, and create a sense of power over thoughts"
"I’m extremely grateful to be trusted with the healing and stories of people and to practice what I love every day. "
I am a Licensed Associate Advanced Social Worker (LSWAA #60896348) based out of Seattle, Washington. My background includes working in non-profit, private, and government organizations as well as a treatment center with individuals who are survivors of abuse, struggling with relationships, body image, spirituality, anxiety and/or depression. I received my BSW in Social Work at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Arkansas then traveled back to my home state of Texas to receive my MSW with a clinical focus at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. Pursuing these degrees, I began gaining experience within schools and government agencies providing case management and behavioral health care to young children. After this, I transitioned into counseling at a domestic violence shelter providing free therapeutic services to women and children. My goal has always been to help bring emotional and spiritual healing through therapy. I view education and training as imperative to gaining experience, provide a wider lens of belief systems, people groups, and therapeutic intervention. Since settling in Seattle the fall of 2018, I worked at The Center: A Place of Hope in Edmonds, WA providing mental health services to clients experiencing mood disorders, anxiety disorders, personality disorders, eating disorders, OCD, and trauma. I’m extremely grateful to be trusted with the healing and stories of people and to practice what I love every day.
"My goal has always been to bring emotional and spiritual healing through therapy."