Kaitlin Lindquist, MSW, RSW
Kaitlin is a deeply compassionate person and she has been committed to supporting many social justice issues throughout her life. 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.
From a young age Kaitlin had known she wanted to work in a helping profession. Kaitlin’s journey as a social worker began when her interest in the profession was sparked while travelling the world. This spark only grew when she came back to Canada and began investing time in volunteer work 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 folks experiencing trauma from sexual and/or domestic violence, as well as other issues such as borderline personality disorder, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, burnout/compassion fatigue, PTSD, and various other mental and emotional health issues. Kaitlin completed her Master of Social Work degree at Wilfrid Laurier University and has continued her education by attending various trainings and accessing readings, particularly around the topics of 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. Through her own journey, Kaitlin has had the privilege of being guided by her own sense of purpose, as well as mentors that have helped shape the work she does now to support individuals on their own unique journeys to live presently and fully.
Policies and Forms
Master of Social Work Degree
Wilfrid Laurier University (2016)
Registered Social Worker (#827295)
Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Services Workers
Ontario Association of Social Workers