Caitlin Eisenschenk recently joined Dakota Family Services, an outpatient behavioral health clinic with clinics in Fargo and Minot, as a psychometrist.
Eisenschenk works closely with the clinical team at Dakota Family Services to complete psychological assessments for children and adolescents. Assessments are used to identify areas of concern such as managing anger, lack of socials skills, or certain personality traits. Others can be used to diagnose emotional disorders, such as anxiety or depression.
Eisenschenk completed her Bachelor of Arts in Neuroscience and Psychology, with minors in Biology and English Writing from Concordia College in Moorhead, MN.
Aside from being a psychometrist, Eisenschenk is a reader, a lover of the outdoors, a writer, an artist, and a lover of animals.