About Caitlin Edwards

I came to the field of couples and family therapy through a circuitous (but adventurous) route.  Although I knew from the age of eighteen that one of my purposes is to be a counselor, it has been a journey to finally finding my identity as a couple and family therapist.  A Colorado native, I gave up shoveling snow to move to California to pursue my undergraduate degree in Psychology with an emphasis in human sexuality.  At that time I was determined to become a sex therapist and, as a result, ended up working in women’s healthcare for eight years.  Although I remain passionate about social justice advocacy for women’s healthcare, I was unsatisfied with my lack of ability to truly address the underlying issues these women were facing.  As such, I moved in to the field of couple and family therapy.  Throughout my life I have experienced essential element of strong familial connections to promote integration and wellbeing.  I find I am the most nourished when I aid in developing strong, loving bonds between couples and families.  As a recent graduate of University of Colorado Denver, I am thrilled to begin practicing attachment-based therapies, particularly Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy, at the Center for Colorado Couples and Families.  Since moving back to Denver I have learned to enjoy shoveling snow and everything else outdoors no matter what the temperature.


Fort Collins

Wheat Ridge

Caitlin Is Only Taking On New Clients In Wheat Ridge

Caitlin Edwards