Graduate Student Intern
Cassie is currently a graduate student in the Master of Family Therapy Program at Friends University in Kansas City and is under supervision from a Friends University Clinical Faculty Member, who is a licensed marriage and family therapist.
Cassie’s ability to have empathy and compassion for others started at a young age. As an oldest child, she began responding to caretaker responsibilities early on. She views things from a systemic lens which is beneficial when working with relational conflict. She believes that the people around us have the ability to create impacts on us as individuals. Thinking systemically allows her to inspect the relationships we have and their possible impacts.
Cassie is interested in assisting couples, families, children, and individuals through whichever hardships they face. She is also interested in working with clients who have experienced a past or present trauma.
Cassie earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology and her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Quincy University (QU). She also competed for QU as a volleyball player during her time there.Through her previous career, Cassie has spent time working in the non-profit sector, corporate settings, as a volleyball coach, and at a high needs special education school. She has ample experience working with children through her non-profit, special education, and coaching work. Her wide range of experience allows her to be helpful to people of any walk of life.
Cassie believes in quality mental health care for all. Because of this, her session fee is $25. Please inquire about an ability to pay scale, if needed. Cassie currently has immediate availability and has flexible scheduling in the evenings and on weekends.
To schedule with Cassie email her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org