Kaitlin Lindquist

Kaitlin Lindquist, MSW, RSWKaitlin Lindquist, MSW RSW SEP

Registered Social Worker
Somatic Experiencing Practitioner
519-804-8165
www.klcounselling.ca
kaitlin@klcounselling.ca

 

Throughout Kaitlin’s personal and professional life, she has found connection and compassion key to any meaningful and fulfilling relationship. She recognizes and values the complexities and uniqueness of the human experience, and enjoys the collaboration and dynamism that therapy allows. Kaitlin is passionate about working with individuals to connect to their minds, bodies, and hearts as a way to support healing, growth, balance, and a deeper sense of self.

Kaitlin’s journey as a social worker began through volunteering with crisis and mental health supports in her community, and supporting government assisted refugees transition to life in Canada. Since then, Kaitlin has worked in various community agencies supporting individuals that have experienced trauma from sexual and/or domestic violence. Kaitlin also supports individuals describing challenges such as anxiety, depression, grief and loss, burnout/compassion fatigue, PTSD, and various other relational, mental, and emotional issues. Kaitlin completed her Master of Social Work degree at Wilfrid Laurier University and has continued her education by attending advanced trainings, particularly around the topics of somatic work, healing trauma, and resilience.

Presently Kaitlin still works in the field of sexual and domestic violence in the public sector, while also having a private practice in Kitchener, Ontario. Kaitlin has had the privilege of being guided by her own sense of purpose and desire to engage in work she loves in order to support individuals on their own unique journeys to live more presently and fully.

Master of Social Work Degree
Wilfrid Laurier University

Registered Social Worker (#827295)
Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Services Workers

Member
Ontario Association of Social Workers

Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP)
Somatic Experiencing Trauma Institute (SETI)

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