Dr. Caitlin Maccrate
Dr. Caitlin MacCrate is a psychologist with a clinical and research background working with children, adolescents, young adults and adults. She has worked across a variety of community-health and hospital settings, including a children’s psychiatric hospital treating adolescents with severe and persistent mental illness, and outpatient health centers treating adults living with HIV. Caitlin was involved in rolling out a national at-home HIV study and remote HIV-results delivery, the first of its kind in public health history. Caitlin’s specializations include working with queer-identified, LGBTQ individuals, youth and families. Caitlin’s clinical experience has included working with patients to support their identity development, attachment and relationships, grief/loss, anxiety, depression, trauma, substance use and self-harm.
Dr. MacCrate earned an undergraduate degree in philosophy and anthropology before moving to New York, where she trained as a psychologist. She earned a Master’s and PhD in School Psychology at Fordham University, completed her clinical internship at a children’s New York State psychiatric hospital and is currently completing clinical postdoctoral training at Jamaica Hospital Medical Center. Caitlin loves New York for its vibrancy, grit, creativity and diversity. (And food.) Caitlin’s treatment style is warm, engaging and energetic. She is deeply committed to communicating sincere care and developing an authentic, enduring therapeutic alliance.