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Kaitlin Longfellow

clinical intern

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Kaitlin graduated from Westminster College in 2017 with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, an emphasis in Neuroscience and a minor in Outdoor Education and Leadership. She is now at the University of Utah working towards a Master’s degree in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. Kaitlin comes to the RRC with a variety of experiences and background in clinical work. Most recently she has been working with survivors of domestic abuse and sexual assault as a volunteer advocate. She also has recent experience working with people who have a variety of disabilities as an adventure advocate. She is passionate about helping individuals in her community, as well as supporting and empowering survivors. She chose to intern at the Rape Recovery Center because she is dedicated to, supports, and believes in the mission of the RRC.

Kaitlin is trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) Therapy. She is also passionate about and trained in Feminist Multicultural Therapy, Client-Centered Therapy, Outdoor/Experiential Therapy and Mindfulness. Kaitlin is an active member of the LGBTQ Affimative Psychotherapist Guild of Utah and believes in being an advocate in her community. She hopes to utilize her experiences and training to: uplift and empower her clients, foster growth and healing, and to create an environment of self discovery and self love. Kaitlin is deeply grateful for her clients and for the part she is able to share in their healing journey.

In her free time, Kaitlin enjoys being in the outdoors; she loves hiking, camping, running, reading in her hammock, wake boarding and all around adventuring. She enjoys taking her dog on walks/hikes. She loves to travel in order to learn about different cultures and to experience new places. Kaitlin loves music and poetry, and also plays guitar.