Caitlin DeBoer, LCSW

Caitlin (she/her) is a mental health social worker on the JFCS counseling team.

Like other members of JFCS’ Counseling staff, Caitlin’s therapeutic approach is underscored by the tenets of Person Centered, Trauma Informed (PCTI) care, which addresses the ramifications of any traumatic experience from a person’s past. Caitlin’s approach to working with new clients is non-directive, welcoming and curious. Her theoretical orientations include cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness-based, and solution-focused. 

Caitlin worked as a JFCS intern before graduation from Portland State University in 2017 with a Master of Social Work. 

  • Issues
    • Anxiety, Depression, Adjustment Disorder, Loss or Greif, Panic, Social Anxiety, Aging Concerns, Relationship/Marriage Issues, Aging Concerns.
  • Client Focus  
    • Ages
      • Adults (18+)
      • Older Adults (60+)
  •  Treatment Approach
    • Types of Therapy
      • Attachment theory, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing, Solution-Focused Therapy, Strengths-Base, Mindfulness-Based
    • Modality
      • Individuals
      • Couples