Catherine Wallace is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Pennsylvania. She earned her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia, PA. Additionally, she has completed a year long, in-depth Cognitive-Behavioral (CBT) training program at the Center for Integrated Behavioral Health.
Catherine has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in an inpatient and outpatient mental health treatment setting. Through the use of Evidence-Based Treatments, Catherine has been able to help clients with anxiety, mood disorders, trauma, and bereavement. Her work focuses in using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and mindfulness practices. She has a special interest in helping women who are suffering from symptoms of trauma. Catherine continues to grow her learning in Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) as an effective way to treat trauma.
Throughout her career, Catherine has taught psychology courses as an adjunct professor at Delaware Valley University in Doylestown, PA. She has a passion for learning and enjoys bringing this passion to students in the classroom, as well as her clients in the therapy room. Catherine has found many clients experience most growth and change when therapy includes actively learning and practicing new skills such as interpersonal communication, behavioral activation, emotional self-regulation, and mindfulness. One very profound, yet often undervalued, thing that Catherine has learned in her career is to actively listen. This, along with her core values of safety and respect, allows Catherine to collaborate with her clients to achieve their goals. Catherine pursues her own self-growth through parenting her two daughters and her hobby of jumping horses.