Caitlin Waldie

Caitlin Waldie

Caitlin is a registered provisional psychologist with a particular interest in supporting adolescents and young adults within the NDIS. She has worked with a variety of clients of diverse ages and socio-economic backgrounds. Caitlin enjoys working with clients who are on the spectrum, and other neurodiverse clients. She has an interest in clients who identify as LGBTQI+.

Caitlin adopts a collaborative and compassionate approach and enjoys working alongside her clients to identify their existing strengths in order to meet their goals. She also has an ongoing interest in clinically focused research and is involved as a research assistant on several projects at the University of South Australia.

Areas of work (NDIS clients only)

  • Anxiety (Generalised Anxiety, Social Anxiety, Separation Anxiety)

  • Body image

  • Depression

  • Distress tolerance

  • Emotion regulation

  • Interpersonal relationships (friendships and relationships)

  • LGBTQI+

  • Life transitions

  • Neurodiversity (Autism and ADHD)

  • Schooling difficulties (school avoidance, bullying, perfectionism + exam stress)

  • Self-esteem and self-confidence

  • Sleep problems

  • Stress and worry

Treatment Approaches 

Caitlin delivers client-centred and evidence-based treatment using a range of therapeutic approaches including:

  • Cognitive-behavioural Therapy (CBT)

  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

  • Play therapy

  • Solutions Focused Brief Therapy

  • Mindfulness

Qualifications and Memberships

  • Bachelor of Psychology (Honours, First Class)

  • Associate Member of the Australian Psychological Society

  • Registered Provisional Psychologist with Psychology Board of Australia