Hailey Caudle

Postdoctoral Fellow, She/Her

Dr. Hailey Caudle earned her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Seattle Pacific University and conducted her internship training in the Multicultural Training Program at University of California San Francisco and Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital. Hailey completed additional training at Seattle Children’s Hospital Department of Psychiatry, Seattle Children’s Autism Center, Child Study and Treatment Center, and Swedish Medical Group Pediatric Primary Care. She has received specialized training in Family Based Treatment, Parent Behavior Management Training, Exposure and Response Prevention, and working with medically complex children and their families. Hailey has authored several scientific publications on positive emotions, emotion regulation, depression, and posttraumatic growth. Outside of formal clinical training, Hailey worked for many years at The Emily Program, providing residential treatment for individuals struggling with eating disorders. Hailey is passionate about evidence-based, behavioral strategies in treatment and the connection of emotions and behaviors to human biology.

What Dr. Caudle would like you to know about her:

I enjoy working with youth of all ages, from childhood to transition-age youth and their parents. My practice is primarily guided by the principles of Cognitive Behavior Therapy with integration of other theoretical orientations such as Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Motivational Interviewing. Central to my work is cultural humility, aiming to understand the diverse identities of my clients—including race, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, age, religion, belief system, disability, economic status, and more—and how the intersectionality of these identities present both challenges and strengths. I look forward to getting to know you and your family and providing treatment that is evidence-based, individualized, and collaborative.

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