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Catherine Weigley, MSS, LCSW

  • Clinical Director, Goldring Reentry Initiative

Philadelphia, PA 19104-6214
  • office: 215.898.2505

As the Clinical Director, Catherine Weigley provides individual and group supervision to interns working with the Goldring Reentry Initiative (GRI).  She oversees all clinical aspects of the program and provides guidance to ensure interns are learning about and adhering to professional boundaries and ethics in their work with the GRI.  She also conducts inservice trainings for interns on topics relevant to the work we are doing with clients.

Catherine received a Master of Social Service from the Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research in 2005.  She spent several years working in a treatment setting with people who were reentering their communities following incarceration and has experience providing trauma-informed care, addictions treatment and education, and treatment for mood and personality disorders.  In addition to her work at the GRI, Catherine is an outpatient therapist at a group practice.

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