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Caitlin Sigouin

Caitlin Sigouin

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Registered Social Worker
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$160.00
Sessions start at
$160.00

Caitlin is here to support you with parenting challenges, grief & loss, intimacy, and burnout.

Right for you if:

You're struggling to balance your new role as a parent and the demands.
You are struggling to connect with your partner and find it difficult to be vulnerable in your relationships with others.
You're feeling burnt out, overwhelmed or emotionally exhausted.
You have experienced a loss and want to better understand and manage your emotions.

Right for you if:

You're struggling to balance your new role as a parent and the demands.
You are struggling to connect with your partner and find it difficult to be vulnerable in your relationships with others.
You're feeling burnt out, overwhelmed or emotionally exhausted.
You have experienced a loss and want to better understand and manage your emotions.
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Caitlin is here to support and empower adults throughout their parenting journey. Whether you’re a new or seasoned parent, this role can feel overwhelming and Caitlin is especially passionate about helping you manage and understand these feelings. She can also help you navigate prenatal and postnatal challenges, and the everyday transitions you experience in parenthood. Caitlin is here to help you build the confidence and skills you need to become a mentally and emotionally strong parent.

In sessions, Caitlin creates a calm, non-judgmental space for you to explore your actions and emotions. Caitlin believes in the power of connection and understands that a positive working relationship is integral to your therapy journey. She’ll work with you to discover unique coping strategies, set goals, and discuss skill-building strategies. Caitlin also takes a mindful approach in her sessions. She’ll ensure you feel comfortable with the action plan you create together and that it works best for you.

Outside sessions, Caitlin is a mother of two active boys! She loves to read or spend time outdoors and enjoys downhill skiing or swimming. She also loves to eat and try new foods. Caitlin believes in the expression “it takes a village to raise a child”, and she’s ready to become part of yours!

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Caitlin can provide sessions in English and French.

What therapists say about

Caitlin

Caitlin empowers parents through challenges, offering support for prenatal and everyday transitions. In a calm, non-judgmental space, she collaborates to set goals and discover coping strategies with a mindful approach. Highly recommended
Ayesha Hussain
Registered Social Worker
Caitlin is a kind, supportive and highly skilled therapist. I would highly recommend her services to any individual seeking therapy!
Rachel Costa
Registered Social Worker
Caitlin believes client is the expert and together will develop a flexible and collaborative treatment plan that best suits your needs. If you are struggling with your parenting journey, grief and burnout she is your therapist!
Fatima Noorali
Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)

More about

Caitlin

Caitlin on a ski hill smiling with snow covered skis wearing a purple jacket, black snow pants, helmet and goggles.

Q&A

What is your favourite thing to do on a Sunday afternoon?
Spend time with my family! I always make homemade pizza on Sundays and we eat it watching a movie all together. It’s a nice moment of calm, stability and connection before the week starts.
If you could eat one thing for the rest of your life what would it be?
Veggie burritos. With guacamole and the somewhat controversial cilantro.
What does good mental health look like to you?
Good mental health to me looks like self awareness of emotions and our reactions. Seeking support when needed and recognizing that support is needed at times. Being able to understand and honour our needs and set boundaries that respect those needs. Taking time to recharge and carving out time to do things that fill our cup.

Master of Social Worker, McGill University (2015)

Bachelor of Social Work, Kings University College at Western University (2012)

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST)

Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers

Ordre des travailleurs sociaux et thérapeutes conjugaux et familiaux du Quebec

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