EIOP Coordinator

Cait Murphy graduated from the University of Oregon with a BA in History. After working disaster relief along the Gulf Coast following Hurricane Katrina, Cait decided to further her education and studied Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Denver Seminary in order to pursue work as a Licensed Professional Counselor. Cait values working with diverse populations which has included: African refugees, men recovering from addictions, and homeless families in Denver. Finding her niche, Cait left her private practice to work in various roles at EDCare.

As EIOP Coordinator, Cait strives to meet clients where they are at utilizing a holistic approach. Cait believes strongly in the power of context and encourages clients to see the interconnectedness of their own experience, discovering who they are apart from the eating disorder. Challenging unhelpful behavior patterns, and acknowledging individual strengths, Cait encourages clients to make lasting changes, inspiring them to pursue a new life of freedom.

A Denver native, Cait is a true urbanite and spends her time outside of work exploring the many facets and parks of the city, gardening, floral design, and practicing for her second career as a stand-up comedian.