Caitlin Pena

    Caitlin Peña is a Licensed Professional Counselor Intern, under the Supervision of Dr. Linda Marten, PhD.  She graduated with her Master in Biblical Counseling at Dallas Theological Seminary and completed her B.A. in Sociology at California Baptist University.  Caitlin is passionate about working with women who have experienced various forms of trauma and is trained in Cognitive Processing Therapy to treat PTSD.

    Before working as a LPC-Intern, Caitlin helped women who were recently diagnosed with breast and cervical cancer as the care coordinator through a program called Show Me Healthy Women.  She also has training in Applied Behavior Analysis while working in early childhood intervention with children on the spectrum.   In addition, Caitlin spent a number of years serving as a missionary on a trip called The World Race, which does ministry in 11 countries over the course of 11 months.  It was during this time overseas that she felt God calling her to become a professional counselor.  It is her deepest desire to create a space for people to heal and empower them to live the life that they were created for.

    Caitlin married her husband Alex in 2015 and they have a playful labradoodle named Dirk. Caitlin has played volleyball since she was 10 years old and after her college career, began to coach.  She loves being a positive role model and encouragement to her athletes.  In her spare time, Caitlin loves a good book, going to the movies, and enjoying time with friends while drinking a great cup of coffee!