Caryn Doege, M.S., MDiv.

Resident Clinician

As a pre-licensed therapist and graduate of the Marriage, Couple and Family Counseling program at Duquesne University, my work is to walk alongside you and meet you where you are.  I strive to provide a safe, judgement-free space that allows you to share your experiences, thoughts and feelings, where we can get curious together, to explore, discover and work towards your therapeutic goals.  I will integrate theoretical approaches that consider how relationships have been, and are, formative in your life – from the relationship you have with yourself to family, friends, significant others and the greater culture, context and systems around you.  I am currently accepting new clients, children as young as age six to teens and adults, to meet in-person or virtually.  Whether you are seeking individual, couple or family counseling, my hope is that our work will prepare you to be your authentic self in all your relationships. 


In addition to my clinical training, my theological education has equipped me to explore matters of faith, spirituality and religiosity, particularly within marginalized communities.