Kaitlyn Tew

Kaitlyn Tew

Kaitlyn Tew, LPC


Kaitlyn Tew is a licensed therapist specializing in trauma work, narrative therapy, and cognitive-behavioral approaches. She is passionate about helping individuals rewrite their stories, find healing, and reclaim their resilience. With a background in trauma work with children at a Child Advocacy Center and geriatric counseling at a nursing home, Kaitlyn brings a wealth of experience in supporting individuals across the lifespan.


Kaitlyn earned her Bachelor’s degree in English and Professional Writing from the University of North Alabama (UNA), where she honed her communication skills and developed a deep appreciation for storytelling. She went on to earn her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, also at UNA, where she cultivated her passion for helping others navigate life’s challenges and transitions.

Personal Life

Outside of her professional endeavors, Kaitlyn finds joy in her role as an aunt to two nieces and two nephews. She values quality time spent with family and friends, whether it’s enjoying movie nights, diving into a good book, or exploring the great outdoors.

Areas of Interest

In her therapeutic practice at Noonday Therapeutic Center, Kaitlyn integrates evidence-based approaches such as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), cognitive-behavioral therapy, and narrative therapy to tailor treatment plans to each individual’s unique needs and goals. She is dedicated to creating a safe and supportive environment where clients can explore their experiences, develop coping skills, and cultivate resilience.

Patient Focus:

Kaitlyn is committed to empowering her clients to
recognize their inherent strengths and resilience, even in the face of adversity. She believes that change and healing are possible for everyone and aims to instill hope and confidence in her clients as they embark on their journey toward wellness. At Noonday
Therapeutic Center, Kaitlyn hopes patients will find a sense of belonging, understanding, and possibility, knowing that they are not alone in their healing process.