Cassie (she/her) is an Associate Clinical Mental Health Counselor who received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Utah Valley University.
Cassie considers her therapy approach as person-centered while also incorporating modalities such as emotion focused therapy and internal family systems. Her approach is rooted in the belief that human beings are hard-wired for connection. What can be difficult about connecting with people is allowing yourself to be vulnerable enough to be seen in all of life’s messiness. By letting your walls down you can work towards authentic connection.
In therapy Cassie aims to cultivate a place of safety and compassion for you to be curious and explore the walls that might have been built and slowly allow your most authentic self to be seen, accepted, and celebrated. Cassie has a special interest in working with individuals who struggle with perfectionism, trauma, eating disorders, and faith transitions.