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Caitlin Bader, Master Level Intern

Every individual is unique and has a distinctive perspective. There are many factors that contribute to the way we operate whether it is significant life events, relationships, or stressors. We are hard-wired to be in relationships with others. Relationships have a big impact on the way we are able to interact with others.

My approach to counseling is rooted in the belief that you are your own expert of your story and that with a strong therapeutic relationship comes flourishing and growth. My intention is to create an authentic and empathetic environment where you are able to process your unique experience and to listen to your story out of a place of compassion and care.


It takes a lot of courage to seek help in counseling, and I want to honor your courage as I collaborate with you in experiencing freedom and creating change.

About Caitlin

Caitlin is currently pursuing a master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling and will graduate summer of 2024. Caitlin is passionate about serving clients of all ages who experience trauma, depression, anxiety, self-esteem issues, women’s issues, life transitions, relational and attachment issues, grief and loss, adoption and foster care, and couples and families work.

Caitlin is originally from Iowa but moved to Colorado in 2019 for her undergraduate degree at Colorado Christian University. In her free time, Caitlin enjoys spending time with friends and family, finding the best coffee shops, and soaking up the beautiful scenery and activities that Colorado has to offer.

Caitlin is currently accepting new clients at the Lakewood location and accepts Colorado Medicaid (all regions), Cigna, Aetna, Optum (UMR, United) and private pay. Cailtin's private pay rate is $80 (reduced rate available for those in need). 

Client Focus

  • Adoption

  • Racial Identity

  • Women's Issues

  • Anxiety

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  • Behavioral issues

  • Depression

  • Child

  • Grief

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  • Family Conflict

  • Peer Relationships

  • Trauma & PTSD

  • Coping Skills


719-506-2070 (office)


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