Cathryn Moore, LSW

Cathryn Moore, LSWCathryn Moore, LSW

Cathryn completed both her undergraduate and graduate degrees in Social Work at Monmouth University. Shortly after graduate school, Cathryn began working for Preferred Behavioral Health in an intensive outpatient program, that primarily served court mandated clients struggling with addiction. Cathryn primarily worked with clients who struggled with opiate and alcohol addiction, depression, anxiety, trauma, and relationship issues. She provided substance abuse assessments, individual counseling, group counseling, crisis counseling, and case management services to her clients. Cathryn then began to manage Preferred Behavioral Health’s dual diagnosis partial care program, in which clients struggled primarily with mental health disorders. During Cathryn’s time as a Program Manager, she worked within an interdisciplinary team, managed staff, facilitated family meetings, and served as a liaison between PBH and local mental health hospitals.

Cathryn works from an eclectic theoretical lens, however primarily uses cognitive behavioral therapy and family systems theory when working with clients. Cathryn has a holistic approach in her work, and encourages clients to use mindfulness and relaxation techniques. Cathryn views the client from the mind-body perspective, and integrates tools such as breathing and body-awareness exercises to help alleviate symptoms of anxiety and depression.

Cathryn has pursued continuing education in: trauma informed care, working with the LGBTQ population, and life coaching; she is currently pursuing her clinical license. Cathryn values social justice and will always advocate on behalf of her clients. Cathryn also values a strengths based perspective, and views psychotherapy as an opportunity to help clients navigate and tap into their natural strengths and capabilities.


Areas Treated:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Trauma
  • Substance Abuse Disorders
  • Family and Relationship issues
  • Legal problems
  • Chronic medical issues
  • Domestic violence

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