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Kaitlyn White, MS, BS

Clinical Fellow  

Kaitlyn White is a dedicated mental health counseling fellow in Therapy in the City’s Manhattan office. Kaitlyn is passionate about working with diverse populations, and in her clinical work she supports young adults, adolescents, and children. Kaitlyn treats an array of mental health conditions, and specializes in working with depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).


Kaitlyn employs a variety of therapeutic modalities to help clients achieve treatment related goals. She uses an integrative approach to develop treatment plans tailored to each individual’s unique and diverse needs, and draws from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapies (DBT). A passionate believer in equity, diversity, and inclusion, Kaitlyn uses culturally sensitive techniques to ensure that each of her clients feel valued and supported throughout the treatment process. She strives to create a therapeutic environment grounded in empathy and awareness as she guides individuals on their path to self-growth. 


Prior to joining Therapy in the City, Kaitlyn completed a combined degree at Tulane University’s School of Science and Engineering, with a Master’s degree in psychological sciences and a Bachelor’s degree in psychology. Kaitlyn continued her education at Columbia University’s Teachers College where she is currently completing her Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling. Kaitlyn previously gained clinical experience at the Eden House, and served as a representative at Tulane’s Graduate School EDI Committee.


Kaitlyn firmly believes in each person’s intrinsic capacity to lead a fulfilling and meaningful life. Her dedication lies in helping individuals uncover and harness their skills and strengths, work through blocks in their inner worlds, and foster transformation in meaningful and lasting ways.

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