Katelin Fullerton, LMSW
Katelin holds a BA in Gender, Women’s, and Sexuality Studies from Grinnell College and an MSW from Smith College School for Social Work. Katelin is a Licensed Masters Social Worker (LMSW) under the clinical supervision of Kate MacShane, LCSW-C.
Katelin is a queer, white, cisgender therapist with experience working with LGBTQIA+ individuals, whether or not those individuals’ identities are central to the reason they seek therapy. She works frequently with trauma and the different ways that it can show up in clients’ day-to-day lives. She also has experience working with clients who are involved in the criminal justice system, with an emphasis on those struggling with substance use and addiction. Katelin has received training in the treatment of trans/non-binary/gender-nonconforming individuals, the treatment of older adults, and therapeutic work with couples.
Katelin’s work is guided by the understanding that many clients’ difficulties are impacted by systems of oppression such as transphobia, homophobia, gender discrimination, and racism. She works from a psychodynamic framework that explores the ways in which early experiences can shape current patterns of relating with oneself and others.
AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION:
Trauma and abuse
Gender identity and transition
Substance use and addiction
Katelin can be reached directly at email@example.com.