Caitlin is a doctoral student in clinical psychology at The Wright Institute in Berkeley. She is currently a clinical assessment practicum trainee at the BAND Lab at San Francisco VA Medical Center. Her clinical interests include substance use disorders, trauma, social justice, and exploring the intersection of law enforcement and mental health. In additional to her work at the lab, she is training to become a clinical psychologist working with adults, adolescents, and families with chronic mental illness and substance use disorders. Caitlin also enjoys baking and playing with her one-eyed cat in her free time.
Jenna graduated from University of Rhode Island with a Bachelor's in Psychology and Business marketing. She went on to pursue a Master's Degree in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from William Paterson University. She worked in an outpatient hospital setting working with patients who had complex trauma and serious mental illness. This work experience directed her to enroll in a Ph.D. Clinical Psychology program at Palo Alto University focusing in trauma psychology. Her interestd are working with Veterans who have Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, serious mental illness and substance use disorders. In her spare time Jenna enjoys running, hiking, yoga, meditating, and traveling.
Margaret A. Smith
Margaret is a second year Clinical Psychology PsyD student at the California School of Professional Psychology. As a Marine Corps Veteran herself, she is passionate about service and is thrilled to be involved in PTSD research with Veterans at the VA. In her free time she loves to travel, keep up with family and friends, and run around in the city with her husband.