Caitlyn Burns, Psy.D.Postdoctoral Fellow
Neuropsychology Department - Counseling
Dr. Burns is a post-doctoral fellow who earned her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from APA-accredited William James College. She currently conducts neuropsychological evaluations for young children and adolescents with a broad range of developmental conditions, including autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, learning disabilities, executive function challenges, as well as social-emotional and behavioral concerns under the supervision of Dr. Rafael Castro. Prior to joining ICCD, Dr. Burns trained and worked in a variety of settings including, universities, outpatient clinics, in-home services, and school systems. She completed her APA-accredited internship at The Stone Center Counseling Service at Wellesley College where she provided individual and group therapy to transitional age youth, as well as psychological assessments. In addition to providing neuropsychological and educational assessments at ICCD, she additionally provides individual therapy. Therapeutically, Dr. Burns has experience working with a range of diagnoses and presenting problems, including anxiety, attentional disorders, emotional concerns, autism spectrum disorders, trauma histories, substance use disorders, medical conditions, and social skills. She uses a relational approach to therapy, while integrating evidence-based treatments, such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), tailoring treatment to each person’s individual and unique needs.
Outside of work, Dr. Burns enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, and taking her dogs out to play.