Caitlin M. Strack, LPC

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Insurance Accepted: Aetna, Self-Pay


Phone: 614-459-3003 ext 811

Caitlin M. Strack, LPC has a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Ashland Theological Seminary. She is directly supervised by Natalie Clark, LPCC-S. Caitlin has a Bachelor’s of Arts from The Ohio State University in Psychology with minors in General Business and Human Development and Family Science.

Caitlin is a member of the American Counseling Association and is a volunteer with Mental Health America of Franklin County, a pro-bono counseling program that makes counseling services accessible for those who may not be able to afford it. 

Caitlin believes that mental wellbeing is key to living a meaningful and healthy life. She loves to get to know clients as she hears their unique story. Caitlin assists clients in identifying their strengths and gifts and what has worked in the past to get them to where they are. Caitlin also loves to help clients make meaningful changes that move them closer to their goals and mental wellness. 

Areas of Focus:
Caitlin works with adolescents (ages 15+), young adults, and adults navigating anxiety, depression, Grief/Loss, Loss of a Parent, work-life balance and life transitions. 

Caitlin offers support to those who experience a stressful or isolating work environment such as first responders, teachers, military, nurses and doctors and stay-at-home parents. Constant stress and emotional turmoil from work can lead to burnout and difficulty doing the things that are most important to you. Caitlin can offer help with understanding and managing your emotions and creating a healthy relationship with work that makes life more manageable. 

Caitlin has experience working as a missionary and a Christian leader and leading a team of missionaries overseas. This work can be difficult and thankless, it is easy to feel misunderstood by others and isolated. Caitlin helps Christian leaders, workers and missionaries to relate to God and those whom they serve in a healthy and loving way so that they can do their work for their whole life, not just a season. 

Caitlin has experience working with adolescents as they discover who they are in a confusing and sometimes painful world. Caitlin assists adolescents with current stressors and helps them prepare for the future that they want with effective coping skills and resources to manage difficult and painful emotions and establish healthy relationships for the future. 

Caitlin loves spending time with her husband and family, going on long hikes in Central Ohio’s metro parks, and camping if it doesn’t rain! Caitlin and her husband love serving people from the West Side of Columbus by helping to lead a home church on the Hilltop.

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