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Cathryn Paton(she | her)
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, MSW
Florida

In-network with

Aetna, Oscar Health, Oxford, and United Healthcare

Specializes in

Stress

About Me

I'm a relational therapist specializing in treating grief & loss, trauma, anxiety, depression, & parent-child relationships with adolescents & adults. Feeling stuck in a particular area of life such as your relationships, school/work, identity, or emotions? Sometimes we find ourselves repeating old habits that no longer serve us. I often work with individuals experiencing issues around shame and self-worth, who view themselves much harsher than the rest of the world. I offer room to explore these patterns with compassionate curiosity and supportive guidance for you to start trying something different – space for a new narrative.


To heal & move forward you first need to feel seen & heard. I listen deeply to carefully integrate different therapeutic approaches based upon what the individual or family needs from me. The human brain is hardwired for relationship & connection, so I work hard to build a safe space for us to explore, learn, & grow together.


There's a wealth of grit & resiliency inside each of us. It's my job to help you build on the internal strengths that already exist in you. Healing, growth, exploration, & change all take place in a secure relationship – including ours. Beginning therapy is an act of hope & a bid for health. Get in touch for a free 20m consultation & let's get started.


Cathryn's style is

Open-minded
Creative
Warm

$0-250
per session
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Insurance carriers Cathryn accepts

Aetna
Oscar
Oxford
UnitedHealthcare

More about Cathryn

MS (Master of Science) at The University of Texas at Austin
License type: LCSW
Gender: Female
Ethnicity: Caucasian
Languages: English
Works with: Adolescents
More specialties: Anxiety, Grief, Loss, Trauma, Depression, Relationship Issues, Family Issues, and Women's Issues
Modalities: Relational, Attachment-based, Trauma Focused, and Strength-Based