Kaytlin Smith, Psychologist Resident
Dr. Kaytlin Smith (she/her/hers) is a Psychologist Resident being supervised by Dr. Tami Hoogestraat. She received her doctorate from George Fox University (Psy. D.) in Newberg, Oregon. Dr. Kaytlin completed her pre-doctoral internship with The Village for Families and Children in Harford, Connecticut working with children, adolescents, and young adult survivors of traumatic events. Dr. Kaytlin’s clinical interests include work with adolescents and young adults struggling with perfectionism, anxiety, obsessions and compulsions, low self-esteem, and phobias. She has worked in a variety of settings providing individual and family therapy. Dr. Kaytlin offers integrative treatment, working from a cognitive-behavioral perspective, as well as encompassing aspects of Exposure Response Prevention (ERP) and family systems work. Dr. Kaytlin seeks to honor the diverse experiences of all patients: including spiritual or religious backgrounds, race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, physical, and mental abilities. Dr. Kaytlin is a body-positive/neutral and Health at Every Size provider.
She also provides assessment services to children and adolescents with the goal of making evaluation results meaningful and useful for the patient and their support team. In her free time, Dr. Kaytlin enjoys local farmers markets, thrift shopping, Broadway shows, and binge-watching British baking competitions.