Catelyn Mitchell grew up in a small rural town in Southern Indiana. After graduating high school, she moved to Bloomington, IN where she graduated with high distinction with two Bachelor’s Degrees from Indiana University, majoring in Psychology and Human Development and Family Studies. Afterwards, she relocated to Columbus, IN and worked for several prevention and intervention programs in the social work field for six years before going back to school to further her career. Catelyn completed her Master’s in Social Work (MSW) through Indiana-University-Purdue-University-Indianapolis (IUPUI) while working as a Home-Based Case Manager and Therapist Intern for George Junior Republic. Catelyn earned her LSW (Licensed Social Worker) and joined the TASC treatment team in August of 2022, where she now serves as an individual therapist and instructor for several outpatient groups. Catelyn is passionate about treating co-occurring mental health and addiction disorders, especially those stemming from trauma. Catelyn uses an eclectic approach to therapy and practices EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy), which is an evidence-based treatment for trauma-related disorders.
When not in the office, Catelyn enjoys reading, hiking, watching movies, tending to her many house plants, making music with local groups, participating in political advocacy groups, and spending time with her three cats and dog.