Anxiety, Depression, Post-Partum Depression, Addiction, Relationships, Life and Career Changes, Older Adults, LGBTQ concerns, Trauma
I believe that the most important part of therapy is the therapeutic relationship. We will build this relationship as I get to know you, your social environment, your strengths, and your goals. You will get to know me as well, as we walk through this journey together.
As a clinical social worker my overall approach to therapy is personalized, strengths-based, and trauma-informed. I utilize Cognitive Behavioral Theory (CBT) Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, Motivational Interviewing, and Emotionally Focused Therapy for Couples. You are the only one who knows your truest self, but I can help you find parts that you may have lost along the way. Therapy is about finding yourself and living your best life.
I am fluent in Spanish and enjoy working with Spanish-speaking clients. Having the ability to speak in your first language, or the one most comfortable to you, allows increased freedom to express yourself and your needs. This is one of the ways I bring cultural humility to my practice, along with letting you lead the way in telling your cultural story.
I see clients 15 years old and up.
Clients describe Cassie as smart, direct, grounded, and calm.
Cassie’s past work experiences include:
Behavioral Health Therapist at Health Care for the Homeless where she provided individual therapy and facilitated addictions and mental health groups in both English and Spanish
Addictions Counselor at the Addiction Center of Broome County where she facilitated group and individual session for clients with co-occurring disorders
Cassie's post-graduate training experiences include:
B. A., Kings College
(Spanish and Sociology)
M.A., New York University
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