Caitlin Saylor, BS

Clinical Therapist Intern



I approach therapy and treatment with a trauma-informed, person-centered approach, as I believe this is a key to helping my clients improve. I was inspired to enter social work because of my lived experience as a Korean adoptee. My other areas of interest include mental health for adoptees, veterans, and professionals in the first responder fields.

I have spent most of my professional career in corrections and have a passion for working with justice-involved individuals and advancing their rights and treatment opportunities as they navigate the legal system. Previously, I taught English in South Korea. Outside of my role at Us 2, I am in a government/leadership role in criminal justice.

In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my daughter and our dachshund and traveling. I also love to cook and try new restaurants.


Justice involved individuals



Additional Trainings:

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

Moral Recognition Therapy

Seeking Safety


Current Student in Masters in Social Work Program, working towards an emphasis in Clinical Mental health- University of Wisconsin- Green Bay

Bachelors of Science in Sociology – University of Wisconsin- La Crosse