Katelyn Chapman, MSW, LCSWA is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker Associate in North Carolina currently accruing hours towards her full licensure. Katelyn received her Master’s degree in Social Work with a concentration in clinical practice from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with an additional major in Anthropology also from UNC Chapel Hill. Katelyn has worked in various clinical settings including hospitals, outpatient therapy practices, and crisis and advocacy centers.
Katelyn’s clinical focus lies at the intersections of sexual health and wellness, interpersonal trauma, and mental health. Katelyn has experience in treating diverse mental health and general concerns including but not limited to trauma, mood and anxiety disorders, sexual concerns, obsessive-compulsive and related disorders, interpersonal conflict, gender and sexuality identity exploration, gender transition, polyamory and consensual non-monogamy navigation, and general relationship concerns. She also has experience in therapeutic crisis intervention, sexual and intimate partner violence prevention and survivor advocacy, and perinatal and postpartum supportive care. Katelyn is an LGBTQ+ identifying clinician and has a passion for working with members of the LGBTQ+ community. Katelyn is trained in, and currently works from, a trauma-informed, antiracist, gender and sexuality affirming, cognitive behavioral framework.