Caitlin Schneider

Caitlin Schneider, PsyD

Postdoctoral Psychology Fellow

Dr. Schneider grew up in Duluth and is excited to be back in Minnesota after completing her doctoral education and training in Indiana at the University of Indianapolis. During her training, Dr. Schneider developed expertise working with children and teens experiencing behavioral and emotional concerns. She has experience working in multiple therapeutic modalities including group therapy, school-based therapy, individual therapy, and family therapy. She completed her doctoral psychology internship at a community mental health center for children and adolescents working primarily with children who struggle with anxiety, depression, behavioral difficulties, and trauma. In addition to therapy, Caitlin also is trained in conducting psychological testing and evaluations with children and adolescents focusing on psychodiagnostics, ADHD, personality, and developmental assessments.

Therapeutic Approach
Dr. Schneider’s approach to therapy involves integrating cognitive behavioral, solution-focused, and family systems principles. She strives to meet the individual needs of each client and family and collaborates with them to identify what therapeutic approach will be most effective in addressing their specific concerns. Dr. Schneider views the family system as important and works to include parents and caregivers in the therapeutic process.

Caitlin Schneider sees clients at the University Ave. and Woodbury locations. She is supervised by Dr. Robin McLeod, PhD, LP.